Fri, 5/29/20 - Sat, 5/30/20 Fraport Arena, Frankfurt am Main

Grace + Faith Conference 2020

A conference that will change and enrich your life.

The Grace + Faith 2020 conference with Andrew Wommack in Frankfurt/Germany will take place on the weekend of Pentecost in the Fraport Arena.

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Fri, 5/29/20 -
Sat, 5/30/20

Fraport Arena
Silostraße 46
DE-65929 Frankfurt am Main

Andrew Wommack Ministries Germany e.V.
Am Bahnhof 2
DE-55765 Birkenfeld/Nahe

Grace + Faith Conference 2020

Grace + Faith Conference 2020
Andrew Wommack has a deep love for the Word of God and at the same time will encourage and challenge you to rediscover God's unconditional love and grace for yourself and let yourself be drawn into God's presence through the fulfilling worship and worship time with Charlie & Jill LeBlanc.

An extraordinary conference for the whole family, your friends, your house group, ...

We look forward to seeing you there!


6:00 p.m.
Admission | Registration

7:00 p.m.
Start | worship with Charlie & Jill LeBlanc

8:00 p.m.
Session 1 | Andrew Wommack


8:00 a.m.
Admission | Registration

9:00 a.m.
Start | worship with Charlie & Jill LeBlanc

10:00 a.m.
Session 2 | Andrew Wommack

11:30 a.m.
Session 3 | Andrew Wommack

1:30 p.m.
Charis Bible College Info Meeting

2:30 p.m.
Charis Bible College graduation ceremony with Andrew Wommack


6:00 p.m.

7:00 p.m.
Start | worship with Charlie & Jill LeBlanc

8:00 p.m.
Session 4 | Andrew Wommack

By car:

From direction Frankfurt (A66)
On the A66 coming from Frankfurt, take the Kelkheim exit (No. 15).
Then follow the signs to the Fraport Arena.

Coming from Hamburg, Hanover, Kassel (A5)
At the Nordwestkreuz Frankfurt motorway intersection, take the A66 towards Wiesbaden until the Kelkheim exit (No. 15).
Then follow the signs to the Fraport Arena.

From Cologne, Bonn, Wiesbaden (A3)
At the Wiesbadener Kreuz interchange, take the A66 towards Frankfurt until the Kelkheim exit
(No. 15) and then follow the signs to the Fraport Arena.

From Karlsruhe, Heidelberg, Darmstadt (A5) or Munich, Würzburg (A3)
Take the airport exit between the Frankfurter Kreuz and the Mönchhof-Dreieck.
Take the B43 and the B40a/B40 onto the A66 towards Frankfurt until the Kelkheim exit.
Then follow the signs to the Fraport Arena.

There are about 600 paid parking spaces available on site.

By public transport:

From the main train station in Frankfurt or Wiesbaden, take the S-Bahn S1 or S2 to the Bahnhof Höchst stop. From here, you can either walk for about 10 minutes or take bus line 54 and get off at Silobad/Fraport Arena.

By plane:

Frankfurt am Main Airport (FRA)
From the airport, take the S-Bahn lines S8 or S9 to Frankfurt am Main central station.
From there, take the S-Bahn lines S1 or S2 to Bahnhof Höchst.
From here you can either walk for about 10 minutes or take bus line 54 and get off at Silobad/Fraport Arena.

Drinks and snacks are available for purchase in the Fraport Arena.

Overnight stay:
You are welcome to enquire about hotels and accommodation with the city of Frankfurt:
telephone: +49 (0) 69/21 23 08 08

The English sessions of Andrew Wommack will be translated into German.

Families with children are very welcome. There is NO child service and NO care for children by our team.

Prayer Service
Before the beginning of the sessions and afterwards our team is available for personal prayer.

Participation in the conference is free, but registration is required. A collection will be made during the conference.



Founder and director of Andrew Wommack Ministries
Andrew grew up in a Christian home and was born again at the age of eight. He avoided the rebellious phase in his youth and went in the opposite direction and became a modern Pharisee. Andrew believed that through his own righteousness and good works he could develop his relationship with the Lord.
Then, one Saturday night in 1968, everything changed. Andrew had an encounter with God that changed his life forever. For him it was like looking in a mirror and seeing his reflection clearly for the first time. What did he see? He saw the reflection of a hypocrite, similar to the Pharisees whom Jesus had rebuked. He recognized that he was bound by law. He began to confess his self-righteousness and expected that the wrath of God would fall on him. But instead of wrath, God's presence flooded him with love. Now he understood that he had tried to earn God's love through good works and religious services. He said, "God's love has consumed me. When I was at my worst, God's love was the strongest. "Andrew was never the same since then.
Andrew's encounter with God motivated him to make another life-changing decision. He decided to leave college to follow God's guidance in his life, even though he knew it would cost him certain privileges. He was then drafted into the army and sent to Vietnam, where he served as an assistant chaplain. As difficult and dangerous as this time on the front line was, God used it to strengthen Andrew in His Word and to determine the course of his life.
Upon his return, Andrew bowed to the call of God, a call to be a teacher of His Word. He and Jamie married in 1972 and together they began teaching Bible groups. In the following six years they led three small churches and grew into a family with two sons, Joshua and Jonathan Peter.



Charlie & Jill have been serving the Lord together in music ministry for over 30 years, encouraging people through their music and helping Christians to become vessels of God. Their songs and lyrics are all based on the Bible and reveal that God is greater than the difficulties of life. With more than 100 songs recorded on over 20 CDs, they are experienced singers and songwriters. Their travels have taken them to over 25 nations on almost every continent.
They live in Northeastern Florida / USA.