Mobilise for mission through GOfest
GOfest is the UK’s largest mission focused festival, held over a weekend (19-21 June 2015) at the WEC headquarters near Gerrards Cross, Bucks.
This unique event is organised by a number of mission organisations and churches* working together to inspire, inform mobilise people of all ages to find their place in God’s mission as they discover his heart for the nations.
The theme for 2015 is:
You don’t get much bigger than that and we’ll be focusing on the Gospel and how it is worked out in your life and the church around the world.
Whole life: What does it mean to live our whole life for Christ, not just Sundays? How can we integrate our faith every day of the week and obey God’s call to follow him 24/7. Seminars, challenging talks and lots of prayer and worship will help us find out.
Whole church: The church is much bigger than our experience of it in the UK. During the weekend you will share together with Christians from many different backgrounds and perspectives and listen to speakers from around the world including India, Brazil and S.E. Asia.
Whole World: We are all called to play a part in God’s mission in the world. What’s your part in it? Discover how you can get involved in many different ways – whether it is going on short or long-term mission in another country, working with people from other cultures in the UK, or praying and offering practical support.
In addition to mainstage speakers including Joseph D’souza, Rosalee Velloso-Ewell and James Hudson Taylor IV and a wide range of seminars there will be IHOP-style prayer and worship throughout the day, a GOconnect mission exhibition and Vocationzone and youth and children’s programmes. It is free to attend as a day visitor. Camping (with meals provided) is available on site at very reasonable cost.
Find out more and register at gofestival.info
GOfest is a Global Connections event, organised in partnership with Christian Vocations, Gold Hill Baptist Church, Gospel for Asia, Operation Mobilisation, OMF International UK, Redcliffe College, WEC and Wycliffe Bible Translators.