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Or post to Jersey Keswick, St Mark’s Church office, St Mark’s Road, St Helier, JE2 4LY

Jersey Keswick4Kids 2018 Registration Form

Come and get inspired at Jersey Keswick

Friday 5th & Saturday 6th October 2018, 7:30pm

Sunday 8th October 2018, 4:30pm

(Keswick 4 Kids available in SHMC hall from 4pm)

@ St Mark’s Church, David Place

Main speakers

Mark Barratt, St Andrews Church

Andy De Gruchy, Freedom Church

Tim Keenan, St Matt’s

Parking Available at St. Mark’s Church, Jersey Baptist Church and Springfield School

Come and get inspired at Jersey Keswick

Friday 6th & Saturday 7th October 2017, 7:30pm
Sunday 8th October 2017, 4:30pm
(Keswick 4 Kids available in SHMC hall from 4pm)
@ St. Helier Methodist Centre

Main speaker Malcolm Duncan, Senior Pastor of Goldhill Baptist Church.

Parking Available at St. Mark’s Church, Jersey Baptist Church and Springfield School

Friday 7th & Saturday 8th October, 7:30pm
Sunday 9th October, 6:30pm

We’re really excited to announce that one of the UK’s leading teachers and evangelists Carl Beech is coming to speak at Jersey Keswick in October this year. Carl has recently taken up the post of UK Director for the Message Trust, responsible for rolling out Message ministries across the UK. The Message Trust are committed to reaching this generation with the gospel through a mix of creative mission through music, dance and theatre; community transformation through Eden and the Eden Bus; and Christ-centred enterprise through work in prisons and the Message Enterprise Centre, across the UK.

The Message Trust’s roots are in Manchester, but the last five years have seen an explosion of new ministry across England, Scotland and Wales, starting in 2010 with Eden London and a growing number of regional Eden hubs. Focussed Message ministry began in the Midlands in 2013, in Scotland in 2014, and in Wales in September this year.

‘This is a season of open doors for The Message,’ comments Message Trust founder Andy Hawthorne. ‘God is giving us all kinds of opportunities to bless the poor and reach the hardest-to-reach young people with the good news of Jesus here in the UK and, increasingly, around the world.’

‘At the heart of The Message is a bunch of “mates on mission”. Carl is already a great friend of The Message – we’ve been cheering each other on for years. So when God made it clear we were to link arms for the sake of the least and the lost here in the UK, we sensed this was an amazing opportunity to make a mark for Jesus together in this generation.’

“Word to the World: Good News to the Nations”

The theme of the Evening Celebrations in 2011 is “Word to the World.”  The main speakers at Jersey Keswick this year are the Right Reverend Tony Porter, The Bishop of Sherwood, and returning after some fantastic talks last year is Pete Nicholas, from Christians in Sport. Tony and Pete will encourage us to greater depths in our relationship with God and inspire us to take God’s word to the world. The worship leader at the main celebrations will be Marcus Pagnum, the leader of Worship Development at St John’s Church in Harborne, Birmingham.

Speakers: Right Reverend Tony Porter & Pete Nicholas
Worship Leader: Marcus Pagnum

A crèche with video link will be available at St Helier Methodist Centre at all these sessions.

30th-3rd June 2011
St. Helier Methodist Centre
Includes Youth Praise

Other Jersey Keswick Events in 2011:


Sarah Williams is a gifted teacher, writer, and communicator, known for bringing history to life in a way that speaks to our contemporary context.

She is an Oxford trained historian who taught for many years as part of the modern history faculty at the University of Oxford before moving to British Columbia to teach international post-graduates at Regent College. Sarah is a Research Professor in the History of Christianity at Regent College, but she teaches all over the world helping the Church recover it’s memory.

Jersey Keswick 2010 was held from Friday 9th July to Sunday 11th July at the new venue of St Helier Methodist Church.

The theme was “Christ-Centred Renewal,” the same as the Keswick Convention in the UK. Our hope and prayer was that the Lord would use the conference to renew each one of us with a deeper hunger for holiness and an increased heart for mission, both here in Jersey and around the world.

The speakers were David Jackman, President of the Proclamation Trust and an excellent bible teacher, and Pete Nicholas of Christians in Sport. The worship leader was Calvin Hollingsworth, Worship Director at St James the Less Church in London for 10 years and previously Team Leader of the Saltmine Band.

The Jersey Keswick Committee were Reverend Martyn Shea (new Chairman), Reverend Billy Slatter (Treasurer), Nicola King (Secretary), Robin and Cirsty De Gruchy-Wilson  (Youth Keswick), Francelise Gallaher (Keswick4Kids), and Heather Clarke (Prayer).