Monday 1st August 2022

Monday 1st August 2022

Morning Prayer

Join us for a time of prayer, led by John Martin.

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

Seminar: School of Biblical Studies – Grasping God’s Masterpiece

Learning to rejoice in the Old Testament (Grateful for its scope)

The Old Testament’s scope impacts the whole of human history: it helps us understand the past, the present and the future as it speaks of creation, fall, redemption and the hope of the new creation. What a privilege we have when we understand the world from this perspective! As we explore this further together, we will discover confidence in times of uncertainty and a firm foundation on which to stand.

Monday 09:30 Karen Soole
  • Pencil Factory (PF) 2/2

Seminar: Grateful when we don’t feel grateful

Cultivating my own gratitude

Sometimes we don’t feel very thankful. What do we do in those moments? The danger is we shrug our shoulders and get on with life. In this seminar we will explore practical ways we can pursue gratitude, particularly when we don’t feel it.

Monday 09:30 Jonty Allcock
  • Packing Hall (PH) 1 (Basecamp)

Seminar: Grateful Christ has Commissioned Me

Natural Evangelism – The Practice of Praying, Caring and Sharing (The Practice of Praying for Evangelism)

The act of sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ is called evangelism.
Evangelism is the cry of Jesus as He weeps over lost people.
Evangelism is the whole work of the whole church for the whole age.
The Gospel is not something we come to church to hear, it is something we go from church to tell.
In our four sessions together we will learn how to be more intentional in personal evangelism and how praying, caring and sharing our faith can help others on their journey of faith to Christ.
Be assured it will be a lot of fun! Lots of therapeutic laughter!

Monday 09:30 J.John
  • Main Tent

Seminar: Knowing The Times: Christian Living in a Post-Christian Context

The State We’re In

The last fifty years have seen a radical transformation of British society. We are no longer a ‘Christian nation’ in any meaningful sense, but a secular post-Christian society. We will consider how British society has changed, why this has happened, the ideologies dominate the public square and what this means for contemporary Christians. Only by understanding our present context can we fully appreciate the challenges we face and opportunities we have.

Monday 09:30 John Stevens
  • Packing Hall (PH) 2

19-24s: Morning Gathering

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

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

K4K: 3-4s

Keswick4Kids programme for 3-4s

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

K4K: 6-7s

Keswick4Kids programme for 6-7s

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

K4K: 4-5s

Keswick4Kids programme for 4.5s

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

Youth: 11-13s

Keswick Youth morning programme for 11-13s

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

Youth: 14-16s

Keswick Youth morning programme for 14-16s

Monday 11:00
  • Youth Tent

Youth: 17-18s

Keswick Youth morning programme for 17-18s

Monday 11:00
  • Pencil Factory (PF) 2/3

K4K: 8-11s morning session

Keswick4Kids morning programme for 8-11s

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

Morning Bible Reading

Happy Families! (Genesis 25:19-34)

In Genesis 25 we see a number of obstacles that threaten the fulfilment of God’s promise to Abraham. God’s amazing grace is the only hope for flawed sinners.

This session will be available for catch-up.

Monday 11:15 Martin Salter
  • Main Tent
  • Keswick Methodist Church
  • Packing Hall (PH) 2
  • Packing Hall (PH) 1 (Basecamp)

KU Lunchtime Concert: Yvonne Lyon, Gareth Davies-Jones and David Lyon

One of a series of lunchtime concerts where, over the week, you can enjoy a range of music, poetry and comedy performances from KU’s artists.

No ticket purchase or reservation needed.

Monday 13:15
  • Packing Hall (PH) 2

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.

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

KU: Afternoon workshop

Fire Etching with Kaori Homma

Monday 15:00
  • Packing Hall (PH) 2

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.

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

K4K: 8-11s evening session

Keswick4Kids evening programme for 8-11s

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

Youth: 11-13s evening session

Keswick Youth evening programme for 11-13s

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

Youth: 14-16s evening session

Keswick Youth evening programme for 14-16s

Monday 19:15
  • Youth Tent

Youth: 17-18s evening programme

Keswick Youth evening programme for 17-18s

Monday 19:15
  • Pencil Factory (PF) 2/3

Evening Celebration

Grateful in all circumstances (Colossians 3:12-17)

In today’s passage we look at how Paul explains to the Colossian church what it looks like to live as the new, redeemed humanity.

This session will be available for catch-up.

Monday 19:30 Jonty Allcock
  • Main Tent
  • Keswick Methodist Church
  • Packing Hall (PH) 1 (Basecamp)

KU: Windows on the Word

Art of the Bible and the Bible as Art. Join the KU team as we look at God’s Word through the lens of the creative arts. Taking a different Bible passage each evening, we’ll see how God’s Word has inspired artists and continues to speak through music, poetry and art. Expect live music, art, spoken word, interviews and Bible teaching from artists.

Collaborate: Genesis 2 and Exodus 31

There is much that pulls us apart yet in recent years the world has learned to work together as never before with advances in medical science and global communications prompted by the pandemic. We could say this instinct for concurrence comes from the character of God who not only works within His own Godhead but also with creation itself. Looking to God’s collaboration with Adam and the design partners of the tabernacle, this evening will explore the Biblical theme of working together through the arts. With Alastair Gordon, Ruth Naomi Floyd, KU artists in residence, Gardner and Gardner and special guests.

Monday 19:30
  • Packing Hall (PH) 2

19-24s: Late Night

19-24s: Late Night

Monday 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.

Monday 21:15
  • Youth Tent

KU: The Night Shift

Join James Cary and Rachel Redeemed for an hour of chat, comedy, guests, music, messing around and general theological tummy-tickling.

Monday 21:30