fellowship is such an important part of church – we get life and energy through being together and building one another up.

It’s good too, to have some space to enjoy nature and be freshly inspired. We transform the Ashburnham grounds each year into a fully functioning campsite, with all of the charms of the woods, lakes and gardens intact. We have been working behind the scenes to refine the site layout since 2016 with all venues more easily accessible and better connected.

For the children and young people it’s like they have their own conference, with dedicated streams and full programmes of activities. Our teams are made up of seasoned youth and children’s workers from across the country, so your kids are in safe hands. Each morning we enjoy all-together worship – you’ll be amazed at how your children meet with Jesus and grow in faith during the week.

Revive is for all, With programmes for toddlers and upwards

Children learn about God in a friendly, safe environment. The fun, age-specific programmes are packed with worship, teaching and games.

The Noah’s Ark (1–2) and Rainbow Club (3–4) teams welcome the younger children to Revive. With high staff-to-children ratios, you can have peace of mind.

Popcorn is the only place to be for primary kids, whether they are Toffee (5–7) or Salty (8–10). It’s full of crazy games, gunge, great music and above all, Jesus!

three youth programmes – to encourage, challenge and equip

Jesus Generation (11–14) features fun-filled mornings and high-impact evenings with all-out praise, life-changing teaching, passion for Jesus and awesome games.

Revive_Cafe_AshSpirit Anointed Servants (15–17) have an action-packed week of Bible teaching, lifestyle discussion, worship, workshops, sport and getting practical, as the SAS crew serve around the site.

There is also a joint celebration for all 11–17s during the week, and the Cafe Smooth team run an afternoon youth cafe, plus night-time drop-in and movies.

In Positive (17–23), young adults will find an inspiring stream of word, worship and prayer, and a challenge to embrace the future God wants for them.