London: renewal worship conferences aim high

Noel Robinson and some of the leading exponents of worship in the UK are hoping to spark mini- revivals amongst worship leaders at a London conference this month.

They will be sharing how local churches, individual lives and the wider Christian community can be impacted through the transformative power of worship at the forthcoming Renewal conference from 29-30 January at Glory House, Plaistow, East London.
 
The conference, which will teach believers how worship can change lives and communities, is now in its second year. Several people who attended Renewal conferences in Manchester and London last year have shared their testimonies with Noel, who hosted both events.     
 
He explained: “We held a renewal event in Manchester last year, which brought together worship leaders across the denominational and cultural spectrum. As a result of the conference, churches have started building relationships with each other and started working together more closely on joint projects, which is great and demonstrates Christian unity.

"The city of Manchester has now asked that the Renewal conference in 2010 becomes a city-wide event supported by all churches and denominations.”
 
He continued: “When we held our first conference in London last year, one of the delegates went back to her local church so enthused she began holding regular prayer meetings with her worship team. Such was the spiritual impartation of that worship meeting, it spilt over to the rest of the church which experienced a mini-revival which carried on for many months.

"When believers come together in spirit and truth, great things begin to happen, and that’s what I believe will be the case for the forthcoming renewal conference.”
 
The two-day Renewal Conference will bring together leading exponents of the worship genre from across the denominational spectrum to share their knowledge and experiences with church leaders, musicians, singers, songwriters, praise dance and producers who want to increase their skill as well as touch peoples lives with their gifts.
 
Graham Kendrick, Ben Cantelon, Sonnie Badu, Steve Thompson Mark Beswick, Lara Martin, Nicky Brown are amongst the worship leaders who will lead daytimes seminars and appear in evening concert.
 
Noel Robinson is one of Britain’s leading gospel artists, and a pioneer of praise and worship within Britain ’s black Christian community. 

He shared: “The Renewal conference is part of the Kingdom Worship Movement, which aims to galvanise and enhance believers across denominational, cultural and ethnic lines so that they can be even more effective in transforming lives and communities through the power of the Gospel.”

  • Registration for the Kingdom Worship Movement conference is £35 (price includes all daytime workshops and evening worship concerts), £20 per day (includes daytime workshops and evening worship concerts) or £10 for evening worship concerts

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