Around the Campfire
Definition of campfire: a fire built outdoors (as at a camp or a picnic)
Example: We gathered around a campfire and shared stories.
To gather around a campfire is an act of community – we gather as a people at a time and in a place, coming from our different locations to join with one another and share something of our story and experience.
But the thing that draws us to the campfire is not just a sense of community – it’s a sense of unity. We gather around the things that we share; the things that matter more than those that divide us. We put aside our differences and come together as a united community under the name of Jesus, the King who died and rose again. We gather to celebrate, to worship, to learn from one another and to share in all that God has to teach and give us at Festival 2021.
Our live sessions for Festival at Home start at 7pm on Saturday 29 May. We'll be broadcasting on YouTube, Facebook and right here on our website - tune in at 7pm on Saturday 29 May to join us around the campfire!
Kids & youth
Learn all about our children's & youth work at Festival at Home 2021
More about Festival at Home
Read our vision for Festival at Home 2021 and how you can engage with us over the weekend
Who's who at Festival at Home
Meet the team you'll be seeing online over Festival at Home 2021
How you can get involved with Festival at Home
Join one of our video walls, live seminars or children's and youth workshops
Bible study notes
We're delighted to be partnering with Twelve Baskets to provide some additional print resources for our Bible study this year. We hope these will enhance the Bible studies for those who are able to join us for the sessions, as well as enabling those who can't get online to feel part of Festival at Home 2021.
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