Thursday, July 27, 2023 TIME:
Join hundreds of delegates of all ages from across Jamaica for this Face-to-Face gathering to enrich, encourage and be excited as we worship our all-powerful God!
The pandemic is over and the Lord has been good in curbing the spread of the virus so for the first time since 2019 we are able host another annual 3-day residential camp where we come to fast and pray for our nation.
Jamaica is in crisis and we are at a defining, watershed moment in the history of our nation. Our constitution is being amended, attempts are being made to re-define families and gender, legalize the killing of the unborn and other unrighteous acts. Let us come together and petition God for the deliverance of our nation.
Join us at the Knox College in Clarendon July 27-30. Our venue is huge and has more than sufficient space to accommodate hundreds of participants while observing all the relevant protocols.
Enjoy a dynamic, God-filled time of praise, worship and teaching with programmes for each generation and online break-out rooms on specialist topics. Our theme this year is “Unshaken when everything is Shaking”. Allow God to minister to us individually, our family, our community and our nation.
As part of our program this year will be “One Night with the King”, which is one night of just Worship and Praise as we love on Jesus.
The programme will be led by Dr Maria Harbajan, Rev Devon Harbajan, Pastor Elaine Jackson, Auntie Kathryn Snider and many other respected worship leaders and bible-based teachers.
Join us for a time of encouragement, spiritual nourishment, fun, fellowship and above all – a time to be built up and blessed in your prayer life and your walk with God.
Spaces are limited… do book now!
You can register and pay online today and are priced at these rates just to enable your participation. We would love to see you there.
Thursday, July 27, 2023 | TIME:Knox College
Auntie Kathryn Snider
Revs. Devon & Maria Harbajan
Children & Youth
Children & Youth
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