Other Events

Keswick Teaching and Training

Come along and find out more about our Teaching and Training programme. You can find about what’s been happening and also what’s coming up in the 2022/ 2023 programme.

For details about the 2022/2023 programme, go to: Teaching & Training Events – Keswick Ministries

Tuesday 14:00

Mission Personnel Reception

For mission workers on leave, a time of encouragement and sharing.

Sign up at reception.

Tuesday 14:30

Evening Concert: EMU Music

Join us for a night of celebration with EMU who are leading the worship this week.

No ticket purchase or reservation needed.

Wednesday 21:15

All Age Service

Join us as we gather together across all ages in a service led by the children and youth team.

Sunday 10:30

Welcome Reception

If you’re new to Keswick Convention or here on your own, come along to our Welcome Reception at 14:00 on Sunday. Here you can find out more about the Convention, and how to get the best out of your time with us.

Sunday 14:00

Peter Maiden Thanksgiving Service

A service of Thanksgiving for Peter Maiden, former chair of Keswick Ministries and International Director of Operation Mobilization, who passed away in July 2020.

You can watch online here

Sunday 14:30

Keswick Fellowship Connect Event

Any members of the wider Keswick Fellowship Connect network are welcome to join James Robson and others for a time of encouragement and sharing.

Monday 14:00

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

We’d love you to join us for a number of extra events such as the Mission Families Reception, pencil factory tours and weekly concert.

Welcome Reception

If you’re new to Keswick Convention or here on your own, come along to our Welcome Reception at 14:00 on Sunday. Here you can find out more about the Convention, and how to get the best out of your time with us.

Sunday 14:00

Mission Personnel Reception

For mission workers on leave, a time of encouragement and sharing.

Sign up at reception.

Tuesday 14:30

Evening Concert: David Lyon, Yvonne Lyon and Gareth Davies-Jones

Singer/songwriters Yvonne Lyon, Gareth Davies-Jones and David Lyon return to Keswick with songs from their brand new collaborative album, Trace The Line.

Written in response to the Sermon on the Mount, this new project follows on from their 2016 release, The Space Between.

The trio, all respected artists and multi-instrumentalists in their own right, have created a beautifully engaging album, rich in melody, harmony and poetic nuance. Featuring a variety of musical influences, they weave an exceptional sonic tapestry with great skill and originality.

No ticket purchase or reservation needed.

Tuesday 21:15

All Age Service

Join us as we gather together across all ages in a service led by the children and youth team.

Sunday 10:30

Keswick Teaching and Training

Come along and find out more about our Teaching and Training programme. You can find about what’s been happening and also what’s coming up in the 2022/ 2023 programme.

For details about the 2022/2023 programme, go to: Teaching & Training Events – Keswick Ministries

Tuesday 14:00

Mission Families Reception

This event is for family members of missionaries to provide an opportunity to chat and connect with others who have loved ones serving God around the world.

Sign up at reception.

Wednesday 14:30

Fisherman’s Tail

For the fisherman who sail on her, the sea of Galilee provides plenty of fish and plenty of stories. Local fishermen Simon, Andrew, James & John have got a tale to beat them all, it involves a fishing competition, wherein a strange man appears and blow everyone’s efforts out of the water. With a host of hearty songs and interactive story-telling, Fisherman’s Tail is a show not to be missed.

Fisherman’s Tail is an adapted version of the original actor-musician musical with the music played live on stage. This toured very successfully throughout 2017-2018 and received glowing reviews at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2018 and 2019.

No ticket purchase or reservation needed.

Thursday 14:30

We’d love you to join us for a number of extra events such as the Mission Families Reception, pencil factory tours and weekly concert.

Welcome Reception

If you’re new to Keswick Convention or here on your own, come along to our Welcome Reception at 14:00 on Sunday. Here you can find out more about the Convention, and how to get the best out of your time with us.

Sunday 14:00

Keswick Teaching and Training

Come along and find out more about our Teaching and Training programme. You can find about what’s been happening and also what’s coming up in the 2022/ 2023 programme.

For details about the 2022/2023 programme, go to: Teaching & Training Events – Keswick Ministries

Tuesday 14:00

Evening Concert: KU Concert

Join Alastair Gordon as he hosts an unforgettable night of music, comedy and poetry with performances from many of this year’s KU Artists. Featuring Ruth Naomi Floyd, Yvonne Lyon, Gareth Davies-Jones, David Lyon, James Cary, Stewart Henderson and Carol Henderson.

No ticket purchase or reservation needed.

Wednesday 21:15

All Age Service

Join us as we gather together across all ages in a service led by the children and youth team.

Sunday 10:30

Mission Personnel Reception

For mission workers on leave, a time of encouragement and sharing.

Sign up at reception.

Tuesday 14:30

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.

Wednesday 14:30

We’d love you to join us for a number of extra events such as the Mission Families Reception, pencil factory tours and weekly concert.