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    Steve Brady speaking at Tokyo Keswick

    2 March 2017

    Steve Brady in Japan

    This week, Rev. Steve Brady, much-loved speaker at our summer convention, is in Japan speaking at the Keswick Tokyo Convention. Please pray for the work there.

    "Overall, my impressions are of such commitment and spiritual hunger among the believers. The Church statistically is small, the needs are great and the work is hard. Folk flock to Keswick, often recalling the worthies of the past who have helped and blessed the Church - George Duncan, Stephen Olford, Alan Redpath, Paul Rees etc. I always feel I am standing on the shoulders of giants, and ‘treading where the saints have trod. Dr Mineno, the Chair of the overall Keswick Council, continues to do an outstanding job. And my interpreters/translators have become such dear friends. ... Please pray for the wind of the Spirit to renew, refresh and revive the Lord’s work in Japan. I thank the Lord Jesus once again for the privilege of being with such delightful, respectful and godly people. They keep asking me to send greetings to the Keswick Convention and family, which I do herewith!’ Steve Brady

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    Helen Roseveare Thanksgiving & Celebration Service

    28 February 2017

    Helen Roseveare Thanksgiving

    “There is really no cost only the privilege of serving the King of Kings.”

    We celebrate Helen’s life on 18 March - join us! Hamilton Road Presbyterian Church, Prospect Road, Bangor BT20 4LN

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    Helen Roseveare - Thanksgiving Service

    13 February 2017

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    Please note that the Helen Roseveare Thanksgiving Service will be held:

    Saturday 18th March at 7pm at Hamilton Road Presbyterian Church, Bangor, Co Down.

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    EMU Music leading music in week 1

    3 February 2017

    EMU music

    We are excited to welcome Alanna Glover and Philip Percival, EMU Music, to lead our singing in week 1 of the Keswick Convention 2017!

    Established in Sydney, Australia and now based in Oxford, Emu Music has a global ministry teaching church leaders and musicians about what a Biblical approach to singing looks like, in theology and practice. Their ‘Word In Song’ conferences balance Bible teaching with hands-on training.

    Alanna lives in Oxford where she works for Emu Music and St Ebbe’s Church. She is married to Rohan (who designs airplanes!) and together they love photography, travel, crime dramas, coffee and snow.
    Philip, married to Kate, leads the music at St Ebbe’s, Oxford and heads up the ministry of Emu Music. He is author of Then Sings My Soul, a book on Biblical music ministry, and composes songs for churches. Website: emumusic.com, Facebook: www.facebook.com/emumusic/