Kiera Prior: April 2020
Are you ready for Spring Harvest Home?
We have lots to help you here! Join us from 13 to 17 April for worship, teaching, prayer, activities and much more. We have loads of fun content suitable for all ages so the whole family can get involved and join us as we meet virtually together.
Spring Harvest Home is absolutely FREE for everyone and anyone to enjoy. Whether you've been joining us at Spring Harvest for years, or have always wanted to come, now is your opportunity to join in!
We've been working so hard for the last three weeks to make as much of our planned content available online and it's open and free for everyone to enjoy. From 11am on Monday 13, playlists will begin to appear on the Spring Harvest YouTube Channel. To find out the latest information about Spring Harvest Home, watch our brand new video here where Abby, from our Spring Harvest Planning Group, talks you through what you can expect next week and how you can get involved.
Programme now available!
We have put together a programme for this year's Spring Harvest Home. You can view and download the programme directly here. We hope you can join us for some, or all of it! It details everything we have planned over the week, from Big Start to Bible teaching, and more. There really is something for everyone! The programme will also appear on our YouTube channel as either a Premiere or a Live Stream.
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