Thursday 21st July 2022

Thursday 21st July 2022

Morning Prayer

Join us for a time of prayer, led by Steve James.

Thursday 08:45
  • Packing Hall (PH) 1 (Basecamp)

Seminar: School of Biblical Studies – Life in Light of Eternity

Wisdom from the Book of Ecclesiastes for Today (Death)

How can the day of death possibly be better than the day of birth (Ecc. 7:2)? Ecclesiastes is a mediation on the fact that we are whispers in the wind, here one minute and gone the next.

Thursday 09:30 David Gibson
  • Pencil Factory (PF) 2/2

Seminar: Grateful for Past Battles

Jesus- fully God, fully Man

The Word became flesh and dwelt among us, but have we seen His glory? We’re going to think through fifth-century leader Cyril of Alexandria’s passionate proclamation of a Saviour who is fully divine and fully human, and contemplate the glory and goodness of our Lord Jesus Christ.

Thursday 09:30 Niv Lobo
  • Packing Hall (PH) 2

Seminar: Grateful for their Witness – Lessons for today from the lives of “Keswick Missionaries” of the past

Barclay Buxton – Japan, Genealogy and Generosity

Barclay Buxton came from a wealthy and influential Christian family. Their godly example was key in leading him to Christ, ministry, and mission in Japan. Visits to Keswick encouraged him throughout. Following his godly example his family also became involved in ministry and mission. How can we, like him, influence those we know and love to serve Christ?

Thursday 09:30 Clare Heath-Whyte
  • Packing Hall (PH) 1 (Basecamp)

Seminar: Pattern of Gratitude – Faith, Psychology and Formation in Christ

The power of bad – How to fight fear with faith

Anxiety is on the rise, especially among young people. The bible teaches that perfect love ‘casts out’ fear, and Jesus counselled ‘let not your hearts be troubled.’ But is this easier said than done? Given evidence that human beings possess an in-built sensitivity to negative threats – the ‘power of bad’ – how can we order our hearts away from fear and toward a positive life-giving faith?

Thursday 09:30 Glynn Harrison
  • Main Tent

19-24s: Morning Gathering

Join us from 9:30 for 10:00-11:00 programme.

Thursday 09:30
  • Pencil Factory (PF) 2/3

Count Everyone In: Seminar

The topic of this seminar is Longing to Belong – how your church can respond to adults with learning disabilities.

Thursday 09:30
  • Pencil Factory (PF) 0/2

K4K: 3-4s

Keswick4Kids programme for 3-4s

Thursday 11:00
  • Pencil Factory (PF) 0/3

K4K: 5-7s

Keswick4Kids programme for 5-7s

Thursday 11:00
  • Pencil Factory (PF) 1/3

K4K: 8-11s morning session

Keswick4Kids morning programme for 8-11s

Thursday 11:00
  • Pencil Factory (PF) 0/4

Youth: 11-14s

Keswick Youth morning programme for 11-14s

Thursday 11:00
  • Pencil Factory (PF) 1/2

Youth: 15-18s

Keswick Youth morning programme for 15-18s

Thursday 11:00
  • Youth Tent

Count Everyone In: Celebration

We shall focus on the Convention theme of Gratitude and in our daily celebrations we’re looking at some of the main evening celebration topics.

Thursday: Set free by Jesus – no one and nothing is stronger than Jesus

Thursday 11:00
  • Pencil Factory (PF) 0/2

Morning Bible Reading

Understand This (2 Timothy 3:1-17)

More information to follow soon

This session will be available for catch-up.

Thursday 11:15 Alistair Begg
  • Main Tent
  • Keswick Methodist Church
  • Packing Hall (PH) 2
  • Packing Hall (PH) 1 (Basecamp)

Pencil Factory Tour

Join us for a tour to see and hear about the latest progress on the Pencil Factory redevelopment.

Please pick up tickets from reception in advance of the tour.

Thursday 13:30
  • Pencil Factory (PF) 0/1

If Prison Walls Could Speak

If Prison Walls Could Speak is a brand-new theatrical presentation written and produced by Artless Theatre Company in partnership with Release International.

If Prison Walls Could Speak contains a message that is both inspiring and challenging for both Christian and non-Christian audiences alike.

This one-man play is a hybrid multimedia performance featuring immersive video and sound.

Based on the book Imprisoned With Isis: Faith In The Face Of Evil, the play tells the true life story of Petr Jasek, who in 2015, was imprisoned for his work aiding the persecuted church in Sudan.

Charged as a spy and forced into horrifying prison conditions, If Prison Walls Could Speak is a powerful story of faith amid corruption and espionage, as Petr faces torturers, ISIS fighters and corrupt judges on his path to freedom.

No ticket purchase or reservation needed.

Thursday 14:30
  • Main Tent

Pencil Factory Tour

Join us for a tour to see and hear about the latest progress on the Pencil Factory redevelopment.

Please pick up tickets from reception in advance of the tour.

Thursday 15:30
  • Pencil Factory (PF) 0/1

K4K: 8-11s evening session

Keswick4Kids evening programme for 8-11s

Thursday 19:15
  • Pencil Factory (PF) 0/4

Youth: 11-14s evening session

Keswick Youth evening programme for 11-14s

Thursday 19:15
  • Pencil Factory (PF) 1/2

Youth: 15-18s evening session

Keswick Youth evening programme for 15-18s

Thursday 19:15
  • Youth Tent

Evening Celebration

Jesus’ ministry of deliverance (Matthew 8:28-34)

As Jesus travels into Gentile country he shows that he has the power to restore two-demon possessed men. Even here, in ‘unclean’ settings, Jesus has the power to save. Though it may not always be welcome.

This session will be available for catch-up.

Thursday 19:30 Ellidh Cook
  • Main Tent
  • Keswick Methodist Church
  • Packing Hall (PH) 2
  • Packing Hall (PH) 1 (Basecamp)

19-24s: Late Night

19-24s: Late Night

Thursday 21:15
  • Pencil Factory (PF) 2/3

Youth: 11-18s Late Nite

Late Nite is a time where we gather together to have lots of fun and laughs! Whether that’s silly games from the front or team challenges, Late Nite is a great time to chill out with your friends and make some great Keswick memories.

Thursday 21:15
  • Youth Tent