Gathering2017

For Such A Time As This - Gathering 2017

Limitless, Elim's National Youth Ministry, has announced the details of the Gathering 2017, bringing together young people and youth groups from everywhere in the country.

Taking place at Manchester's Event City in October, The Gathering is a powerful weekend of dynamic worship, inspirational speakers, incredible atmosphere and limitless fun! Whether meeting Jesus for the first time, encountering his presence in a powerful way, or being freshly fired-up for Jesus, The Gathering exists to create landmark moments.

Hosted by Tim Alford and the Limitless Team, speakers at this year's event include Mike Pilavachi who heads up Soul Survivor ministries and Miriam Swaffield who leads all things student mission for Fusion.

As well as pastoring Soul Survivor Watford, Mike speaks at conferences around the world, trying to make people laugh and point them towards Jesus at the same time. He has written a number of books, he loves to cook and tending his grape vines!

Miriam is passionate about helping people share their faith with their friends, she travels all over the place and has a lot of fun along the way. She lives in York, helps lead her local church G2, and does a bit of studying in Durham too.

This year's Gathering will explore what it means to know that you have been deliberately called by God to your churches, families, schools and communities for such a time as this.

It is a great opportunity for Elim's young people from across the nation to hang out with their friends and to have an incredible time while they meet in a powerful way with a Limitless God who can change thier life forever.

Booking for the Gathering 2017 is now open with discounts of £10 per person if booked before the end of June.

limitlesselim.co.uk/gathering

 

 
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