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Revive 2014 is 27 - 29 June 2014

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Dear Friends

God’s people getting together to hear God’s word, sing God’s praises and enjoy God’s creation. What’s not to love about Revive?!

It’s like a church weekend on steroids (in a totally legitimate way). It’s the best bits of a smaller gathering in the context of a big event. It’s like a festival; Glastonbury without anything inappropriate. And fewer bands. And mud. But you get the picture.

We’ve shaken up the programme a little from last year. We’ve kept the things that really work. And we’ve tweaked a few others. And we think it’s better. The theme is the church; God’s family. And we’ll be coming at that crucial issue from a variety of perspectives and in a number of different ways. A handful of different church leaders from our Co-Mission churches will be speaking. And we’ve added Saturday morning streams so that the wonderful diversity of people at Revive can access teaching in ways that work for them. We’ve added two evening celebrations with a mix of shorter talks, interviews and praise. And on Sunday morning we’ll commission the church planters signed up as part of the Antioch Scheme.

Come and join us. It won’t be the same without you!

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Richard Perkins, Christ Church Balham

Revive is the annual Co-Mission weekend bringing together adults, children and young people from all of our congregations for relevant bible teaching, great music,
fun entertainment and plenty of time to relax together


NEW FOR 2014: Families Together is a meeting for the whole family. We'll be exploring and applying God's word in a fun and engaging way. There will be interactive activities, a Bible story, family discussions, songs and prayer.  Our hope is that these times will not only provide great opportunities for young families (especially aimed at those in Trailblazers) to look together at the Bible, but also equip and inspire you for family devotions when you return home.



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