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The Assemblies of God is made up of over 550 churches of various sizes located throughout Great Britain. We are a Pentecostal movement who believes that every individual can and should have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ and have the opportunity to be part of a local, vibrant church. We seek to build churches that are relevant to people of all ages – many of our churches attract a large number of young people. In our local expression of church and our corporate identity as a whole, we are committed to transforming communities by reaching out to all individuals regardless of age, race or gender.
The current leadership of the movement have begun a radical transformation to make it more relevant and effective in the 21st century.
With twenty years behind it, Mission Worship – the annual conference for worship leaders, musicians and worshippers alike – has reached the stage that no branding or clever marketing strategy can ever quite deliver. When the doors open on a cold Friday evening in November at Eastbourne’s Devonshire Park Complex and the delegates arrive, it will feel like a family reunion.
Mission Worship has always done things a little differently, right from its debut in 1997. Instead of starting small or focusing its efforts on an existing church stream, the first conference was aimed at all denominations and part of a range of initiatives to encourage and equip worship leaders and musicians, including the launch of a magazine and a series of one-day conferences.