What is Spring Harvest?
Spring Harvest started in 1979. Thousands of people go each year. In fact, one million guests have been to this annual event over the last 39 years. Spring Harvest is for people of ALL ages; and attracts some of Britain’s best preachers and worship leaders.
It is a time to relax, have a few laughs, and enjoy a good time of fellowship together. It is also an opportunity to explore and grow your own Christian faith. As well as the spiritual side, there are also loads of sporting and recreational facilities to enjoy with family & friends.
Who is going?
Esther & I are organising a trip to Spring Harvest 2019. We invited all the Gornal and Sedgley Methodist circuit, and are pleased that on 13/06/2018 we booked accommodation for all those wishing to join us in April 2019.
You can visit the Spring Harvest website by going to: www.springharvest.org
If I have not handed you a leaflet with full details, you can view the document electronically by clicking the links below:
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When & Where?
We have booked our party into --> Minehead (week 2) 13th-18th April 2019
This is Holy Week, as Easter Sunday is 21st April next year. Minehead week 2 has been chosen as the local schools' finish for Easter on 12/04/2019.
How to book?
For those still wishing to join us, Spring Harvest may have additional units of accommodation available between now and April 2019.
If you still wish to join us, please complete the Spring Harvest form, and write a cheque for the appropriate amount.
You can obtain a form by emailing Andy Watkins. The form simply asks for your details, and accomodation requirements.
Please make cheques payable to: "Methodist Church Gornal & Sedgley Circuit". Initially, we will need a cheque for your deposit (£35 per adult and £25 per child). In February 2019, we will need a second cheque to pay the balance of your booking.
I have group organised this event before, in years 2000, 2001 + 2002. On each occasion over 60 people came along from my old church (and surrounding churches) in Stafford. It was a pain to organise, but a lot of fun was enjoyed, lives were changed for the better, and it all felt very worthwhile in the end.
Finally, just to say… if you have never been to Spring Harvest before, why not give it a try? And if you have been, you know it’s one not to miss!