Amy Wicks is Women’s Worker at St Helen’s Bishopsgate in London. Amy grew up in Essex and put her trust in Jesus when she was 12 years old. After a degree in Economics, she moved to London to work as a transport planner (including some time working on the Tour de France coming to London). For the last 7 years, she has been working with women at St Helen’s, Bishopsgate in central London. Her time is spent helping women grow in their relationship with Jesus by teaching them the Bible and training Bible study leaders. She loves to see women grasp a vision for and grow in discipling other women with God’s word. In her spare time, she loves to sew clothes, visit stationery shops and go to the National Portrait Gallery.

Amy will be speaking on Romans 8. In Romans 8 we discover what it means that the Spirit gives us life, even though we live in a world marked by sin, suffering, and death. How do I know God loves me? How can I be sure that I’m forgiven? How do I know I’ll keep going? We’ll discover that as Christians we can be honest and up front about the realities of living in a broken world, but also full of certain hope because we belong to Jesus Christ.