12 May 2018
All Nations Christian College, Hertfordshire
GOfest has joined together with All Nations to bring you a dynamic, mission-focused event which aims to celebrate what God is doing in his world and inspire our involvement in his mission locally and globally.
A full programme for children of Primary School age and teens will be provided during the day (more details below).
Beyond the day at All Nations, GOfest will seek to serve churches across the region through ongoing partnerships with a vision to see whole-life disciples, as part of the whole church reaching the whole world!.
We are delighted that Celia Apeagyei-Collins and George Verwer will be with us to give the keynote messages at the start and close of the day.
Celia Apeagyei-Collins is the founder of the Rehoboth Foundation, an organisation offering, among other things, leadership development and consultancy for the fulfilment of both individual and corporate vision. She also runs a mentoring network for leaders, coming alongside leaders for community transformation.
A regular speaker at events worldwide, Celia has also served as a pastor and the principal of a Bible college. She is a Vice President for Tearfund, a Director for Operation Mobilisation and a trustee for Churches in Communities International. She is listed as one of the most influential black women in the UK today.
George Verwer is the founder of Operation Mobilisation (OM) and is author of several books on the challenge of radical discipleship. Most people recognise George from his world map windbreaker jacket and the giant globe he throws around at speaking engagements.
From the start of George’s missionary adventure in 1964 when he was just 19 years old, OM has grown into an international movement working in 110 countries and in world port communities through their unique ministry ship, Logos Hope.
Ticket prices (includes refreshments on arrival and during breaks):
- Adults - £12
- Children 5 - 18 and full time students - £5
- Children under 5years - free
- Optional BBQ lunch - £5 (tickets must be purchased prior to the event)
08 June 2019
Capernwray Hall, Lancashire
June 2019 will see GOfest head north to Capernwray Bible School, not too far from Lancaster and the southern edge of the Lake District. An 18th century manor house, Capernwray Hall is a marvellously wonderful and beautiful building set in some amazing surroundings, and is flanked by rolling green hills and populated by numerous flocks of sheep and other local wildlife.
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