It’s fast approaching holiday time and for many that will mean travelling up to the North Coast to attend the Keswick At Portstewart 2015 Convention. This year’s event will run from Saturday 11th July to Friday 17th July and the venue as always is Convention Avenue, Portstewart. The 1000 seater marquee is just behind the promenade. There’s no pressure to attend every meeting – just drop in on the days and times that suit you to join with lots of other Christians as they worship God and hear life-changing Bible teaching.
Here’s a summary of the programme for Keswick At Portstewart 2015 –
Saturday & Sunday evening meetings starting at 7.30pm – speaker for these two evenings is Andy Prime
Monday – Friday at 11.00am – Bible teaching – Dominic Smart
Monday – Friday at 7.30pm – Evening meetings – Scotty Smith
To check out more details and watch a short video to hear why so many people attend Keswick at Portstewart year after year click here to go to their website. You can also download the programme flyer from this link.
“Sunday Night At The Port” is a special meeting taking place on Sunday 12th at 9.30pm for young adults, so if you’re in that age bracket and up at ‘the Port’ on this Sunday night why not take time to join them as they praise and worship God. This event will be in the cafe tent. Worship will be led by Stephen McGall and Bible teaching by Andy Prime. More details on their Facebook page here or Twitter here.
Always a welcome addition to the Keswick at Portstewart convention is the coffee tent run by Bon Appetit and for those of you wanting to get some good Christian books to read over the summer there’s the 10ofthose bookshop on site.
Keswick at Portstewart 2015 will have something for everyone – there’s creche facilities for the very young, a full programme for children provided by CSSM, ‘Sunday Night At The Port’ for young adults and the meetings in the marquee which of course are for everyone. If you’re up at the North Coast any time from 11th – 17th July, why not head to Keswick at Portstewart 2015 and enjoy some spiritual refreshment as well as having a relaxing time at the coast.