The Gathering

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For years we have seen a growing momentum as God calls His church to seek his face in prayer and worship. We are called to be a presence people.

So this year we are bringing the prayer and worship streams together, as 24-7 Prayer and Worship Central partner to host a major conference in Birmingham, the UK's second largest city. 

Join us in 2017 for The Gathering

THE GATHERING // 26-29th October 2017

JOINT EVENT: Thursday 26 - Friday 27 October 

Together we'll meet at Birmingham's ICC for two days packed with prayer, worship and world-class teaching.

- The joint event will start at 14:00 on Thursday 26th - 

After two days together we will split into Worship Central and 24-7 Prayer Streams at different locations in the city. 

WORSHIP CENTRAL STREAM: Saturday 28th October
Further training for Worship Leaders and teams at St. Luke's Gas Street with extended times of worship,  teaching and a chance to pray into the global vision of Worship Central. The Worship Central Stream will finish around 5pm on Saturday. 

24-7 PRAYER STREAM: Saturday 28 - Sunday 29 October
An opportunity to gather to pray, learn and pray together at different locations around the city. This ticket will include the Saturday night party and auction. The 24-7 Prayer stream will finish around 1pm on Sunday.

And if you're already booked on.... 

You will receive your wristband at registration. 
Please contact events@24-7prayer.com for any queries. 

-Day Ticket Timings -

See "TICKET PRICES" tab below. 

-Schedule and Seminar information now available -
see "THE SCHEDULE" and "SEMINARS" tabs, below. 

Book now
Location: ICC, Broad Street, Birmingham
Date: 26 Oct 2017 - 29 Oct 2017
TICKET TYPE DATES COST
1) STANDARD
Joint Event Thursday 26th - Friday 27th

£60

Joint Event + Worship Central Stream Thursday 26th - Saturday 28th £80

Joint Event + 24-7 Prayer Stream (Sold out)

Thursday 26th - Sunday 29th

£100
 

 

Worship Central Stream Day Only  Saturday 28th,
10:00 - 17:00

£40

Day Ticket - Thursday Thursday 26th,
14:00 - 22:45

£40

Day Ticket- Friday
 
Friday 27th,
09:30 - 22:45

£40

Evening Ticket- Thursday Thursday 26th,
19:15 - 22:45

£15

Evening Ticket- Friday Friday 27th,
19:15 - 22:45

£15

Evening Ticket-Thursday & Friday Thursday 26th & Friday 27th
19:15 - 22:45 

£25

Event tickets do not include food or accommodation

REFUNDS - You have a period of 14 (fourteen) working days in which you may cancel your booking, starting from the day after the day you receive the email acknowledgement of event tickets. Working days means that Saturdays, Sundays or public holidays are not included in this period. Email events@24-7prayer.com

All information gathered will be shared in its entirety between 24-7 Prayer and Worship Central

Joint Event

Together as 24-7 Prayer and Worship Central, we're gathering at the ICC Birmingham: 

Address: The ICC Birmingham, Broad Street, Birmingham, B1 2EA, UK 

 

24-7 Prayer Stream

The 24-7 Prayer Stream takes place all day Saturday and Sunday morning in locations across Birmingham: 

Birmingham City Church (BCC)

Address: Birmingham City Church Parade, Birmingham, Parade, Birmingham B1 3QQ

The REP Theatre

Address: Library of Birmingham, Broad St, Birmingham B1 2EP 

 

Worship Central Stream 

The Worship Central stream takes place on Saturday in St Luke's Gas Street:

Address: 41 Gas St, Birmingham, B1 2JT

 

 

If you've never been to one of our conferences before, or you're wondering what a joint conference looks like, here's what you can expect when we head to Birmingham for The Gathering 2017....

The Joint Gathering

For our joint gathering, individuals and communities will gather from across 24-7 Prayer and Worship Central all over the world. Together we’ll learn, grow and seek God’s kingdom in our first two days. Featuring:

Teaching

There’ll be inspiring main sessions which will feature incredible speakers - see our speaker tab for more information -  as well as a range of seminar sessions to go deeper into key prayer and worship topics. 

Prayer

There will be opportunities to pray 24-7, pray for communities all over the world, as well as stepping out in prayer across the city of Birmingham. 

Worship

During our main sessions, a host of amazing worship leaders will be joining us - see our worship leader tab for more information - and there’ll be extended times of sung worship to go deeper, together.

Late Night Sessions

A host of opportunities to have fun together across the city of Birmingham - this will include a host of smaller activities, sessions and musicians. 

The Streams

After our joint time together, we’ll split into separate streams focusing on prayer and worship: 

24-7 Prayer Stream

This Saturday and Sunday morning gathering will feature main sessions and seminars specifically focusing on prayer, mission and justice all over the world.

We’ll also have some special celebrations including our annual 24-7 Prayer auction and Saturday night party - an opportunity to connect and celebrate with 24-7 communities all over the world.

Worship Central Stream

This Saturday gathering will feature extended training for Worship leaders and teams. There’ll be more space for extended times of worship and the opportunity to pray into the global vision of Worship Central. 

 

What's happening when at The Gathering: 

(Please note that this is a provisional schedule and all timings are subject to change)

THURSDAY // Joint event

2.00 - 4.00pm // Main session 

4.00 - 4.30pm // Break

4.30 - 5.30pm // Seminars

5.30 - 7.00pm // Dinner break

7.00 - 9.30pm // Main session

FRIDAY // Joint event

9.30 - 11.30am // Main session  

11.30 - 12.00pm // Break 

12.00 - 1.00pm // Seminars 

1.00 - 2.30pm // Lunch Break

2.30 - 3.30pm // Seminars

3.30 - 4.00pm // Break

4.00 - 5.30pm // Main Session  

5.30 - 7.00pm // Dinner break  

7.00 - 9.30pm // Main session 

Saturday // 24-7 Prayer Stream

10.00am - 12.30pm // Main Session

12.30pm - 2.00pm // Lunch break

2.00pm -  4.15pm // Seminars

4.15pm - 6:00pm // Dinner break

6.00pm - 8.30pm // Main Session 

8.30pm - 11.30pm // Party 

Saturday // Worship Central Stream

10.00am - 12.30pm // Main Session 

12.30pm - 2.00pm // Lunch Break 

2.00pm - 3.00pm // Main Session 

3.00pm - 3.30pm // Break 

3.30pm - 5.00pm // Main Session 

Sunday // 24-7 Prayer Stream 

10.15am - 12.30pm // Main Session

 

This year, we're so excited to join with Worship Central for a jam-packed schedule of seminars and main sessions that will help you to delve deep into Prayer and Worship as we explore the call to the downside up Kingdom. 

Here's a preview of some of the seminar sessions that will be taking place across the joint event:

AN INTRODUCTION TO THE PROPHETIC // HANNAH HEATHER

Prophecy is one of the greatest tools of love we have in the Church. This seminar will explore the biblical framework for this gift and how to practice the prophetic in our lives.

TO GROW IN THE PROPHETIC // BILL CAHUSAC

What does it look like to practically exercise and grow in the prophetic in our day-to-day contexts? In this practical seminar we’ll unpack the basics and explore how to grow in the prophetic.

THE ROOM - CREATE TO TRANSFORM // NICK HERBERT & JOSH GAUTON

 Come ready for a challenge as we explore how we can embrace our creativity to transform the ‘rooms’ we find ourselves in. Aptly situated in one of the city's most beautiful interior spaces - Birmingham Cathedral.

CULTURE CREATION // LUKE & ANNA HELLEBRONTH WITH GUESTS

If worship is both ‘caught and taught’, our efforts need to be focussed on cultivating an environment of praise within our communities. We’ll look at how we get there - from the macro of our church services through to the micro of our own lives.

DISCOVERING JESUS, THROUGH ASIAN EYES // NAUJAVAN

Discovering Jesus through Asian eyes is a resource to engage those from Hindu, Muslim and Sikh backgrounds with the gospel. This session will include stories, training and interactive conversation led by Naujavan

BEDROCK PRINCIPLES // LUKE & ANNA HELLEBRONTH WITH GUESTS

Getting the foundations right and setting your team up to win - we’ll be looking at running effective soundchecks, flowing between songs, communicating with each other as a band, plus much more.

SO WHAT NEXT? // LUKE & ANNA HELLEBRONTH WITH PANEL

What happens once we’ve mastered the ultimate setlist, assembled the best band and learned every worship song in our church’s repertoire off by heart?! There’s so much more we’re yet to discover. We’ll be looking to the future and discussing the next steps for the wider worshipping community in our pursuit of Jesus together.

A BEAUTIFUL WASTE // JOHANNES HARTL

The idea of a place where prayer never stops doesn’t look too revolutionary at first sight. But behind there is an idea of radical love that manifests itself in radical ways. This is a concept that does nothing less than turn our usual understanding of Christianity upside down.

EXPLORING IGNATIAN SPIRITUALITY // JILL WEBER & ANDY GROEN

The aim of Ignatian Spirituality is to help disciples of Jesus be able to discern and wholeheartedly join in with God in His work in the world. This seminar will unpack Ignatius’ ancient practices and how to apply them to our lives today.

WORSHIP AND THE CITY: WAGING WAR ON THE IDOLS OF THE AGE // PETE HUGHES

This seminar will examine the critical role worship plays in the renewal of the city and ushering in God’s will. We will be exploring how Paul engages in mission in Athens and Rome by waging war on the idols of the age, calling people back to worshipping the one true God revealed in Jesus. 

 

 

 

Jeremy Riddle

Jeremy Riddle is a songwriter and worship leader at Bethel Church. Jeremy has written many songs such as “Furious”, “This Is Amazing Grace”, “Fall Afresh”, “God of the Redeemed” and “One Thirst”. Jeremy and his wife Katie have five children and reside in Redding, California.

Amanda Cook

Amanda Cook is a songwriter and worship leader at Bethel Church.  Amanda has written many worship songs including “You make me Brave”, “Closer”, “I will exalt” and “Shepherd”. When she is not travelling, she and her husband Jacob enjoy life and community at home in Redding, California. 

 

Housefires

Housefires is a group of musicians from Atlanta, Georgia, who pursue authentic worship of God. They have equal desire to elevate the songs that are sung in ordinary houses, and write anthems for the gathered church worldwide. They have written songs including "Good, Good Father" and "Yes and Amen" and their latest album is Housefires III

Tim Hughes

Tim leads Worship Central, and along with his wife Rachel have recently pioneered a new church in the city centre of Birmingham, St. Luke’s Gas Street. Tim has written many songs including, Here I Am to Worship, Happy Day, The Way and Hope & Glory.

Luke Hellebronth

Luke helps to lead Worship Central with Tim and is based at St. Luke’s Gas Street Church in Birmingham. He has written many songs including 'Spirit Break Out', 'Ready for You' and 'Stand Up'. Luke is married to Anna.

Anna Hellebronth

Anna is the worship pastor at St. Luke's Gas Street in Birmingham, as well as being part of the Worship Central team as a songwriter and worship leader. Anna is married to Luke. 

Nick Herbert

Nick is a songwriter and worship leader whose co-writes include God's Great Dance Floor, Jesus Saves, The Same Power, The Way and Let It Be Known. He is also the Creative Pastor at St Luke's Gas Street in Birmingham. Nick is married to Ali and they have two children; Gracie & Josiah.

Josh Gauton

Josh is part of the Worship Central team as a worship leader and the ministry’s Creative Director. He spent the last few years in London leading worship at Holy Trinity Brompton, and is now based in Birmingham as a part of Gas Street Church. Josh released his debut EP, ‘As The Waters Rise’, in 2016.

Seth Pinnock

Seth leads Symphony Co., best known for its summer event- Midnight Oil -  which gathers thousands annually. The charity seeks to serve the local church through music, ministry and mission. Seth attends St Luke's Gas Street church. His debut 2015 Gospel album landed in the top 5 of the UK official Christian chart.

 

Guvna B

Guvna B, is a MOBO award winning rap artist from London. Known for his positive, energetic and inspiring lyricism, his most recent release SECRET WORLD was the UK’s highest charting ‘clean’ rap album in 2015.  

At The Gathering, Guvna B will be performing in one of our late night sessions

 

 

Danielle Strickland

Danielle serves in The Salvation Army as an officer – currently leading the social justice fight in the United States, Western Territory based in LA, California. She is internationally recognised in her capacity as a leader, speaker, writer, justice advocate, mission developer, and church planter. Danielle is passionately committed to seeing God’s Kingdom come on earth as it is in heaven, is married, and is the mother of three boys.

 

Dr. Johannes Hartl

Johannes is the director of the House of Prayer in Augsburg, Germany which he founded with his wife Jutta in 2005, and they have been praying 24/7 since 2011. Johannes studied German philology and philosophy, and received a doctorate in Catholic theology in 2007. He is the author of 12 books on spirituality and prayer. Johannes lives with his wife and 4 children in Augsburg. 

 

Pete Greig

Pete is one of the founders of 24-7 Prayer. He is also the Senior Pastor of Emmaus Rd, Guildford, England, an Ambassador for the NGO Tearfund, and teaches at St Mellitus Theological College in London. For 8 years Pete served with the senior leadership team at HTB and Alpha International. Pete has also authored a number of books including Red Moon Rising, God on Mute and 2016's Dirty Glory.

 

Adam Cox

Adam is one of the leaders of Navah Church in Kansas city, and also serves on the global and national oversight team for 24-7 Prayer Communities (Boiler Room Network). He carries a passion to see people discover the reality of Jesus' love, walk in new identity as sons and daughters, and live out the dreams of God in kingdom family. Adam is married to Juii and has three daughters.  

 

Carla Harding

Carla is the National Director for 24-7 Prayer Great Britain. Her life was hijacked by God in 1999 during a two hour stint in the first ever 24-7 Prayer Room. Carla lives in Chichester, UK with her husband Steve and their children Jackson and Eloise. 

 

We will be releasing more contributors in the future, so keep checking back...

 

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