WORSHIP & CREATIVE SUMMIT: 23/24 JUNE 2017
7.30pm Friday 23rd June 2017
GOD of MIRACLES "re-digging the wells of revival" at BEVERLEY MINSTER. £10 PER PERSON
Worship, prophecy, song, prayer, ministry, reflecting on the remarkable miraculous history of the minster, and seeking God for a fresh move today.
Address: Minster Yard N, Beverley HU17 0DP
9am-6pm Saturday 24th June 2017
Worship & Creative Summit (at KINGSWOOD ACADEMY, HULL). £35 PER PERSON
Worship, teaching, powerful ministry, workshops, ted talks, Q&A for all creatives, worship leaders, worshippers, artists, musicians, singers, songwriters, tech teams, production, media.
Be inspired, informed, equipped and empowered!
Address: Wawne Rd, Hull HU7 4WR
BOOK FOR BOTH EVENTS FOR £40 PER PERSON
Dan McCollam travels internationally as a prophetic speaker and trainer and he empowers worshippers worldwide to understand and release the transformational effect of worship on individuals, families, cities, and nations. One of his passions is to create prophetic cultures where everyone can hear God, activate and mobilize their prophetic words, and express their own unique prophetic diversity. Dan serves on the teaching faculty of Bethel School of the Prophets in Redding, California and he is part of the Global Legacy apostolic team overseeing a growing number of churches partnered for revival.
If you live in Australasia and are into Christian music, there is no doubt you will have heard of Roma Waterman. As one of Australia’s foremost Christian artists, Roma has been at the forefront of it’s music for almost 20 years. For over five years, Roma Waterman has been transitioning from a hard touring pop artist to an author of works on divinely inspired artistic creativity and a writer of new songs of worship. Roma travels the globe, speaking, singing and running workshops on the prophetic arts, songwriting and vocal technique. Her two books – the International best seller ‘The Handbook for Working Singers’ and the newly released ‘The God Artist – the quest for supernatural creative influence’. This has led to receiving many awards, including The Gospel Music Associations Honour award for outstanding contribution to Christian music. Her ministry and career are unique in that her involvement in the arts is varied, from being a minister in music, to speaking, being a session vocalist for many television shows, a vocal coach (x-factor show, and various well known solo artists) and songwriter. She is also the founder of the much loved Melbourne Gospel Choir.
Jarrod Cooper is an inspirer. Using speech, song, worship and prophetic ministry, he works in a challenging and humorous way to encourage the Church to reach higher in God. This work has taken him throughout the UK, Europe, Africa and America since 1990, speaking at churches, conferences, on television and radio and through writing for Christian magazines. Jarrod has been involved in producing over twenty albums, including six solo albums, and the song he is probably most known for writing, King of kings, Majesty, is considered to be among the most popular contemporary worship songs. His latest albums “Beautiful River” and “King of Kings, Majesty” have been released around the world by Authentic Media, as has his book, Glory in the Church – a fresh blueprint for worship in the 21st century.