Spring Harvest is a teaching and worship event for everybody. It’s a unique break for all the family: holiday, festival, conference, and an encounter with God.
In 2015 Spring Harvest will be looking at Ephesians 3:20-21, and exploring the potential of a God of immeasurably more. God is immeasurably greater than we think. To a dehydrated church he offers life, power, hope and transformation. He calls us to a radical, empowered life that we could never achieve in our own strength.
I’m speaking at Minehead 2, with Krish Kandiah, in the ‘Chew More’ sessions
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Kids love Spring Harvest!
Whether your kids are 3 months or 18 years old, there’s a programme perfect for them. The groups run at the same time as the adult morning sessions and evening celebrations, so you can relax and enjoy yourself knowing your children are learning and having fun. On top of the daily groups, you can join together as a family at The Big Start and All-age Celebrations.
It’s great for teenagers too! There are two age-related programmes for young people at Spring Harvest, Distinctive and iScape. Superb speakers and worship leaders will help you encounter God and uncover his plans for you. It’s relaxed, varied and, above all, fun.
The speaking and worship line-up
From early morning to late night Spring Harvest offers a great programme with fantastic Bible teaching and times of worship.
Paula Gooder, Bible Society’s Theologian in Residence, Peter Williams, Warden at Tyndale House, Malcolm Duncan, Lead Pastor of Gold Hill Baptist Church and Jo Bailey Wells, Chaplain to the Archbishop of Canterbury, will lead our Bible teaching each morning on this incredible passage of scripture where Paul prays for the Ephesian church; Ephesians 3: 14-21.
Worship Central, Pete James & Sarah Bird, Graham Kendrick & Luke Bacon, and Nick Herbert & Ben Cantelon will lead our worship each day in the main celebration.
Easter fun at Minehead Two
Make Easter the best holiday of the year and join us at Minehead Two for a bumper weekend of family fun! Extra special Easter events include Good Friday reflective and interactive activities for all ages, plus on Easter Sunday there’s a Sonrise service, afternoon bonanza and an Easter egg hunt for everyone to join in. You’ll also enjoy loads of extra fun stuff for kids, teens, families, and a special stream for singles.
Butlins, the perfect hosts
With multi-million pound facilities on offer at Butlins, Spring Harvest is more than a conference: Splash Waterworld, family fairground, Go Karts, high ropes, playgrounds, adventure golf, bowling and more! Many of the activates and facilities are FREE, so you can enjoy a great holiday without extra costs.
Digiexplorer (not guru), Senior Lecturer in Digital Marketing @ Manchester Metropolitan University. Interested in digital literacy and digital culture in the third sector (especially faith). Author of ‘Raising Children in a Digital Age’, regularly checks hashtag #DigitalParenting.