YWAM Immerse is currently a team of 10, half South Americans and half British. Our base leaders Wendy and Daniel Snell moved down from YWAM Harpenden to support Mark and Julia Pratten in the pioneering of a base here in Cornwall. In the last year we have grown to 10 which includes 2 Cornish locals.
YWAM Immerse Cornwall is a platform to the nations, It is called to embrace and encourage all generations into a deeper relationship with God and release them into their missional call.
YWAM Immerse Cornwall is a platform to the nations, It is called to embrace and encourage al generations into a deeper relationship with God and release them into their missional call. Cornwall is small country located right in the bottom of the South West of England. Cornwall is well known for its; beautiful beaches, mining history, stunning wildlife, delicious delicacies, small quirky fishing villages and its fresh produce. It’s a very popular tourist destination, where thousands of people flock down every year during the summer season to make the most of the beaches and beautiful countryside. Despite the beauty of Cornwall, it does hold a darker history, Cornwall is also very well known for its paganism, witchcraft, poverty and mental health. Part of the Cornish culture is paganism which has had a hold over Cornwall for years. Many people living in Cornwall have been involved with some form of witchcraft, this is a massive battle that churches are fighting. Cornwall is one of the poorest counties in Western Europe, with many people jobless, homeless and living below the poverty line. YWAM Immerse Cornwall is located in the heart of Cornwall, which is where the poverty is at it’s worst. Cornwall has a strong hand of depression and heaviness over the county, this is something that we as YWAM Immerse have been interceding into to break the heaviness this holds over Cornwall. Despite all this we have seen God moving across Cornwall, we have seen God string Christians and churches over Cornwall to seek God more and see revival break out!