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Summer festivals

Decide which Christian festival is for you with the help of Reform’s 2017 round up

It must be summer – the days are getting longer, the ice cream vans are coming out of hibernation and Christians are getting wellied up and heading off to their favourite festivals. Decide which one is for you with the help of Reform’s 2017 round up

West Sussex, 27-28 May
Cheshire 2-3 June
They say: ‘Brings together tens of thousands of Christians to worship and celebrate all that is good, on five stages bursting with incredible music for all tastes, with the most popular line up of Christian artists and worship leaders from all over the world.’

Leicestershire, 26-29 May
They say: ‘An exciting weekend of fun for young people aged 12+ to explore faith through small groups, teaching, worship and a whole range of activities.’

Wiltshire, 23-25 June
They say: ‘A men’s weekend festival featuring comedy, live music, sport, entertainment, Bible teaching, Gospel ministry and loads more, all created for guys to bring their unchurched mates to – in a field near Swindon.’

Northamptonshire, 25-28 August
They say: ‘Celebrating artistry and nurturing activism, Greenbelt Festival is an act of the imagination – inspirational, provocative and fun; energised by a progressive Christian worldview, it is a festival that is inclusive, open-minded, participatory and generous in spirit.’

Cumbria, 15-21 July, 22-28 July and 29 July-4 August
They say: ‘In the gorgeous setting of the Lake District, it provides Bible teaching for all ages, vibrant worship, a sense of unity across generations and denominations, and an inspirational call to serve Christ in the world.’

Somerset, 22-28 July and
30 July-5 August
They say: ‘Come and join us as we embrace together the change God has for us and be the change agents that he wants us to be as we play our part as local churches changing this nation.’

Lincolnshire, 25-29 August
They say: ‘Gathering all ages for a week of worship, family time, Bible teaching and God encounters across the Lincolnshire Showground.’

Perthshire, 16-18 June
They say: ‘A small family-friendly arts festival with big ambitions to showcase the work of creative people in all genres and to engage our audience in experiences of the arts and in discussion of issues affecting Scotland.’

Staffordshire, 28 July-1 August
Kinross, 5-9 August
Cambridgeshire, 19-23 August and 25-29 August
They say: ‘Five days for thousands of teenagers to gather to worship God, hear from his word, and receive prayer; as well as hanging out in cafes, playing sports, listening to live music, watching great films, plus some surprise special events!’


This article was published in the May 2017 edition of  Reform.

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