Beryl Bramley

Beryl joined YWAM at Ifield Hall, Crawley, Sussex UK in 1973. She served faithfully through various YWAM ministries until her struggle with cancer ended in 1991.

She was a pioneer, involved in many aspects of ministry, usually very pracitical. Beryl led the team which prepared Holmsted Manor in Sussex for the first YWAM school to be held there in 1976. She continued there as a member of the leadership team, and a "spiritual mother" to many. As the years went by she took on various roles in YWAM, and also worked along side local churches.

One of Beryl’s most significant ministries in YWAM was that of hospitality and catering. She established the hospitality ministry in Highfield Oval – Harpenden, UK between 1986 and 1991. Bramley Hall at the Highfield Oval is fittingly named in her memory. Beryl’s life and ministry among us bore much fruit.

YWAM MemorialsA digital place to honor, remember and give thanks to God for those who have died in the service of God through YWAM.

YWAM-Memorial.org has been a digital place to honor, remember and give thanks to God for those who have died in the service of God through YWAM. In the last month, in discussions with Donna Jordan Co-Founder YWAM Associates International and Patricia Talbott leader in YWAM Associates International, we sensed that it was right to blend these two websites together. For Peter Jordan, also Co-Founder of YWAM Associates is now with the cloud of witnesses, this was very much in his heart and so also in honor of Peter these two websites are now blended. Please visit this new Memorial site to see the current Memorials listed or to create a Memorial of a YWAM loved one.

- Steve Goode and The YWAM Associates International Team