Frequently Asked Questions

If you have any questions regarding this event, then you may find the following helpful. If these questions do not provide the information you need, then please contact us here.

Absolutely!  Admission will be by advance booking only, and tickets can only be purchased through Eventbrite. Please also note that the sale of tickets will end before the event:

Day ticket sales will end on 23rd December to assist with catering
Evening ticket sales will end on 3rd January

Although some evening tickets may be available on the door, this cannot be guaranteed.

If you have not already done so, you can here.

Yes.  Your tickets will be sent electronically with your confirmation email. It would help us enormously if you bring these with you – either in a printed form or on your phone/tablet.

We will start at 2.00 pm on each day and take a break at around 5.00 pm. Please arrive in good time so that we can get a prompt start.  Doors will be opened at 1.30 pm.

Access for evening ticket holders will be from 6.30 pm.

We are unable to offer any child care or facilities.  All children will remain the responsibility of their parents throughout the gathering and children of 4-10 years must have their own tickets. These are available at a reduced rate.

For those of you with sat-navs, the address is Watford Road, St. Albans, AL2 3DS. Access is directly off the roundabout at the junction of the B4360 (Watford Road) and the A405, just 1/2 mile from Junction 21A of the M25.

Parking is provided at the hotel, but you will need to register your vehicle. There will be a vehicle registration tablet in the marquee; to avoid unpleasant fines all vehicles must be registered every day on arrival at the event.

If you are coming by public transport, then the nearest main line railway stations are Watford Junction and St. Albans. The Noke is on the 321 bus route, which runs from both Watford Junction and from St. Peters Street, St. Albans (3 minute walk from the station). Times can be found on the Arriva Journey Planner.

Yes, you can. This should be booked directly with the hotel here. This is a busy hotel, so please make sure you book well in advance.

For those with day tickets, we will provide a selection of sandwiches, fruit and crisps, together with tea and coffee. This will be served during the break that will commence around 5.00 pm.

No food, tea or coffee is provided for evening ticket holders, but you can purchase refreshments in the hotel or at Starbucks (200 yards away).

Water will be available throughout the event for all ticket holders.

If you have any dietary requirements, then you will need to contact the hotel’s Events Supervisor, Marie Townsend, directly. You may contact her by email at marie.townsend@accor.com or call on 01727 885456.

Recordings of all talks will be available.  Links to download the talks will be put on this website during the week after the event.  If you are able to do so, then please use these links.  If you need audio CD copies, then please fill out one of the forms that will be available at the PA desk.  There will be no charge for downloads or CD’s

It is likely that Isabel will prophesy over individuals. To respect their privacy, these prophecies will not be publicly available.

We will be taking up an offering at some point during the event, which will be for the sole purpose of blessing Isabel Allum. Any cheques should be made payable to “The Ark Community Church” and we will forward your blessing to her.

Although we are charging for this event, we do not want the cost to deter people from attending and so are providing a significant subsidy. If you share our vision and wish to help us in this respect, then you may donate through our Stewardship account – see the “Support Us” link at the foot of this page.

If you have any other questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.