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Jersey Keswick

Bringing the Word Alive

2011

Jersey Keswick 2011

"Word to the World: Good News to the Nations"

Evening Celebrations

Speakers
: Right Reverend Tony Porter & Pete Nicholas

Worship Leader: Marcus Pagnum

A crèche with video link will be available at St Helier Methodist Centre at all these sessions.

  • Thursday 30th June 2011
    7:30-9:15pm
    St Helier Methodist Centre (Map)
  • Friday 1st July 2011
    7:30-9:15pm
    St. Helier Methodist Centre (Map)
  • Saturday 2nd July 2011
    7:30-9:15pm
    St. Helier Methodist Centre (Map)
  • Sunday 3rd July 2011
    4:00-5:30pm
    St. Helier Methodist Centre (Map)
    Includes Youth Praise
  • Jersey Keswick 2011 Poster
    Jersey Keswick 2011 Schedule

    Keswick Breakfast

    Saturday 2nd July 2011
    9.30-10:15am
    St. Helier Methodist Centre (Map)
    Speakers: Tony Porter & Pete Nicholas
    ADVANCED BOOKING REQUIRED

    Seminars & Workshops

    Spreading the Word

    Saturday 2nd July 2011
    10:15am-12:00pm
    St. Helier Methodist Centre (Map)
    Speaker: Pete Nicholas
    ADVANCED BOOKING REQUIRED 

    Worship Leaders' Training

    Saturday 2nd July 2011
    10:15am-12:00pm
    St. Helier Methodist Centre (Map)
    Leader: Marcus Pagnam
    ADVANCED BOOKING REQUIRED

    Youth Keswick
    (Secondary School Ages)

    From Friday 1st July 2011 6:30pm
    ... to Sunday 3rd July 2011 5:30pm

    Starting with Camping
    at Vinchelez de Haut Manor (Map)
    ... concluding with Youth Praise
    at St. Helier Methodist Centre (Map)
    ADVANCED BOOKING REQUIRED 

     
     

    Keswick 4 Kids
    (Primary School Ages)

    Sunday 3rd July 2011
    3:30-5:30pm
    Jersey Baptist Church (map)
    ADVANCED BOOKING REQUIRED

    The theme of the Evening Celebrations in 2011 is "Word to the World."  The main speakers at Jersey Keswick this year are the Right Reverend Tony Porter, The Bishop of Sherwood, and returning after some fantastic talks last year is Pete Nicholas, from Christians in Sport. Tony and Pete will encourage us to greater depths in our relationship with God and inspire us to take God’s word to the world. The worship leader at the main celebrations will be Marcus Pagnum, the leader of Worship Development at St John's Church in Harborne, Birmingham.

    Right Reverend Tony Porter, The Bishop of Sherwood

    Tony Porter Tony is married to Lucille and they have four children. He has been a minister in North London, and in Manchester for many years. He was Rector of Holy Trinity Rusholme, on the edge of Moss Side, for 15 years. During this period he was the chaplain for Manchester City Football Club and Greater Manchester Police. He is passionate about mission and church growth, and will inspire us as we seek to spread the word to the world.

    Pete Nicholas

    Pete Nicholas Pete joined the staff team of Christians in Sport in 2004 having worked in London as a Management Consultant and an Economics Teacher. Pete went to Oxford University where he got three Blues; two for rugby union and one for rugby league. After a brief period playing professionally Pete stopped playing due to a back injury. However, he still regularly plays rugby sevens and squash.

    Marcus Pagnum

    Marcus Pagnum

    Marcus is married to Nic and has 3 children. They went into full time church ministry in 2006 when they moved to Jersey to work with St Ouen's Parish Church where Marcus worked in the areas of worship and youth. In 2010 they moved to Birmingham where Marcus began work at St John's Church, Harborne as Director of Worship Development. He is passionate about seeing people encounter the greatness and goodness of God in worship and also about seeing the Church functioning well as a whole Body.

    In his spare time, Marcus writes and records his own songs, plays in a Beatles tribute band and enjoys long walks in the Lake District. Having been previously involved in Jersey Youth Keswick, Marcus is excited at the prospect of coming back to the island to see what good works the Lord is continuing to do in the lives of islanders.

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