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Discovering Your Creative Identity


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2 Day Worship & Creativity Conference

 

Come and join us for our 6th Created to Worship weekend Conference!  We are greatly honoured to be joined once again by Ray Hughes and we're looking forward to welcoming a new face to the CtW family, Stephen Roach, both of whom will be teaching, inspiring and encouraging us over the 2 day event.  

Ray Hughes is an awesome story teller, song writer and musician.  He teaches on the wonder of worship and our identity as creatives, with humour, history, facts & biblical truth.  Bring a note book.  You won't want to miss anything Ray has to say.  For more information about his ministry, please go to selahministries.org

Stephen Roach is a multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, public-speaker, author, and poet. He is the founding member of the cinematic-folk band Songs of Water and pioneering visionary of The Breath & the Clay creative arts movement.  Stephen has written and recorded six albums and contributed music to independent films and commercials as well as the works of recording artists Ricky Skaggs, Jonathan David Helser, John Mark McMillan, and many others.

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As always, there will be an afternoon filled with a variety of practical workshops, so you can try a new craft or develop existing skills.  This year, this includes teaching on dream interpretation, as well as some practical writing and artistic workshops.   In the past, these have ranged from using Ableton, creating art on an ipad, creating animated films using lego, to learning crochet, sculpture or dance. We have yet to confirm the line up for this event, but we can assure you it'll be varied and fun!

We will also be offering prophetic ministry and prayer for healing, at various times throughout the conference.  Sessions can be booked on the day.

Your children are very welcome, but be aware that there will not be any crèches or childcare at this event.  There will be space for them to express their worship during our 'corporate worship' times, and we hope they inspire us adults, with their dance, drawing and journaling!  However,  as the teaching sessions will be recorded, we may ask you to take them to another room to play, if they are making a noise during the talky bits!  Technical workshops are suitable for children ages 11 and above and artistic/craft workshops from age 8. 

There will be an opportunity to bless Ray and Stephen, as we will be taking an offering on both days.

Earlier Event: April 17
Developing Your Creative Identity
Later Event: April 2
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