Evening Celebrations

Evening Celebration

No more self-isolating (Matthew 8:1-4)

As we meet together once again after a long period of isolation and loneliness, we begin this series in Matthew 8-9 by joining Jesus as he encounters a man with leprosy and brings him out of his own self-isolation.

This session will be available for catch-up.

Saturday 19:30 Alasdair Paine

Evening Celebration

Matchless Authority (Matthew 8:5-13)

Even though the Jewish people had the scriptures and the history, here we meet a Gentile centurion who knew better than anyone where true authority lay.

This session will be available for catch-up.

Sunday 19:30 James Robson

Evening Celebration

The meaning of Jesus’ healings (Matthew 8:14-17)

While on earth Jesus ministers to and heals many people who come to him with various ailments. But what is the true and deeper meaning of these physical healings?

This session will be available for catch-up.

Monday 19:30 Ellidh Cook

Evening Celebration

Following Jesus: No small print (Matthew 8:18-22)

Jesus quickly is recognised as a miracle maker and great healer but in these verses (Matthew 8:18-22) he shares the true cost of what it is to be his disciple.

This session will be available for catch-up.

Tuesday 19:30 Niv Lobo

Evening Celebration

Why we can trust Jesus (Matthew 8:23-27)

In the epic and astonishing event of Jesus calming the storm many questions are raised as to who he really is. Jesus proves once again that his disciples can trust him during all the storms of life.

This session will be available for catch-up.

Wednesday 19:30 David Gibson

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

Evening Celebration

Who is Christianity for? (Matthew 9:1-13)

As we reach the climax of this series we see two kinds of people, both needy in different ways, who are transformed by their meeting with Jesus.

This session will be available for catch-up.

Friday 19:30 Niv Lobo

Reasons to be grateful

We meet the Lord Jesus as He acts mercifully and miraculously in the lives of a diversity of people facing various challenges. These episodes tie in with our theme Grateful, not so much in gratitude expressed by these people, but in the way they highlight reasons we have to be grateful to Him.

Join us for Evening Celebrations as we sing God’s praise and hear his word.
Speakers are: Alasdair Paine, James Robson, Ellidh Cook, Niv Lobo and David Gibson.

During the Convention, sessions will be livestreamed on the Keswick Ministries YouTube channel. They will then be available afterwards for catch up.

Evening Celebration

God’s ownership of the world and his people (Psalm 95)

On the first night of week 2, Psalm 95 sets the tone for the rest of the week. This Psalm calls us to come and engage with the LORD which is quickly followed by a solemn warning not to be hard-hearted in response to God’s voice. Will we be open to Him?

This session will be available for catch-up.

Saturday 19:30 Tim Chester

Evening Celebration

God’s forgiveness (Psalm 32)

This beautiful Psalm shows us that true happiness is only found by living close with the Lord. By confessing our sins we are surrounded in God’s unfailing love and forgiveness.

Please note: This meeting will be recorded by the BBC and will begin at 7.15pm.

This session will be available for catch-up.

Sunday 19:15 Matt Searles

Evening Celebration

God’s daily care among life’s dangers (Psalm 56)

Psalm 56 takes us back to a dangerous part of David’s life (see 1 Samuel 21). While David was not immediately delivered from his situation, he does learn to lean on God’s goodness in his everyday trials.

This session will be available for catch-up.

Monday 19:30 Paul Mallard

Evening Celebration

God’s sustaining rule over all creation (Psalm 148)

If yesterday’s psalm brought us close into David’s suffering, then today’s psalm gives a wide-angle view of creation as the theatre of God’s praise and our thankfulness to him.

This session will be available for catch-up.

Tuesday 19:30 Rosalee Velloso Ewell

Evening Celebration

God’s blessing to his people and the whole world (Psalm 67)

This evening of the convention will focus on global mission which includes, of course, our local mission too. And this Psalm, perhaps more than any other, resonates with the promises made to Abraham. Blessing begins at home but does not end there.

Mission night

This session will be available for catch-up.

Wednesday 19:30 Richard Coekin

Evening Celebration

God’s sovereign help in an uncertain world (Psalm 146)

We live in an uncertain world, where we can’t trust our rulers to save us, where life ends in death. But this is also where a ‘blessed’ life can be lived, if it is grounded on the secure actions of God, who creates all things and ‘keeps faith forever’.

This session will be available for catch-up.

Thursday 19:30 Matt Searles

Evening Celebration

God’s goodness and might across the generations (Psalm 145)

Psalm 145 calls for a cross-generational grateful declaring of God’s mighty acts. God is to be blessed, at the opening and the close of the psalm, and there is much here to send saints young and old home with rejoicing and confidently ‘looking to’ God and ‘calling on him’.

This session will be available for catch-up.

Friday 19:30 Richard Coekin

Grateful to God in the Psalms

The Psalms are not just our words to God, but God’s words to us, given back to his people as instruction, shaping us to respond to him as we ought with our minds and hearts and lives. This series selects Psalms relating to the theme of Grateful. Who God is, what God has done and does, all give grounds for praise and celebration and gratitude – in the real world.

Join us for Evening Celebrations as we sing God’s praise and hear his word.
Speakers are: Tim Chester, Matt Searles, Paul Mallard, Rosalee Velloso Ewell and Richard Coekin.

During the Convention, sessions will be livestreamed on the Keswick Ministries YouTube channel. They will then be available afterwards for catch up.

Evening Celebration

Grateful and prayerful (Philippians 4:4-7)

We are an anxious generation; Paul in Philippians shows us how the antidote to anxiety is to ‘take it to the Lord in prayer’. Thanksgiving is a large part of that.

This session will be available for catch-up.

Tuesday 19:30 Alasdair Paine

Evening Celebration

Grateful that God speaks (Psalm 19)

This week begins by looking at Psalm 19, where God reveals himself so that I can know him.

This session will be available for catch-up.

Saturday 19:30 James Robson

Evening Celebration

Grateful for the Gospel (John 3:16)

No introduction needed!

This session will be available for catch-up.

Sunday 19:30 J.John

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

Evening Celebration

Grateful for God’s generosity (2 Corinthians 9:1-15)

Gratitude for all that we have in Christ spills over into generosity. And that generosity in turn leads to further gratitude to God. Gratitude affects our bank balance!

This session will be available for catch-up.

Wednesday 19:30 Jonty Allcock

Evening Celebration

Grateful the Lord doesn’t give up on me (Jonah)

God – in his sovereignty, his mercy and his pity – gives up neither on the reluctant prophet nor on the wicked Ninevites. This gives great grounds for us commit ourselves to the cause of global mission.

This session will be available for catch-up.

Thursday 19:30 J.John

Evening Celebration

Grateful God is for us (Romans 8:31-39)

For our final night of the Convention, we look at Romans 8:31-39, a reminder to be encouraged as we all return home. God is for us; nothing can separate us from the love of God in Christ – despite anything that may come our way.

This session will be available for catch-up.

Friday 19:30 Amy Orr-Ewing

Grateful

This topical series spells out great blessings we have that we might lose sight of or take for granted because of our sin and/or our circumstances.

Join us for Evening Celebrations as we sing God’s praise and hear his word.
Speakers are: James Robson, J.John, Jonty Allcock, Alasdair Paine and Amy Orr-Ewing

During the Convention, sessions will be livestreamed on the Keswick Ministries YouTube channel. They will then be available afterwards for catch up.