Monday, October 15, 2007
((deep)) @ City Centre Corps [Charing Cross] Glasgow
I am excited and proud to announce the first ((deep)) worship gathering on Saturday, 20th October at 730pm.
((deep)) is an informal worship gathering in Glasgow where participants are actively encouraged to dig deeper into the Christian faith.
Run by a team from the West of Scotland Salvation Army (including myself), the event will provide space for worship, discussion and prayer in an open and honest environment.
Music will be provided by Paul Clement and the Essential Band along with tunes from DJ Michael Jessop.
Capt. Lucy Mann will bring some relevant teaching on the topic "Who do you think I am?" ... with a Q&A session afterwards where particular thoughts or themes can be explored in greater detail through open discussion.
A prayer space will also be open through out the evening for participants seeking time out from the busy-ness of day-to-day life. The Essential gang from Easterhouse are responsible for this space... and I am eager to see what they do with it.
Coffee and other refreshments will be available throughout the evening... Tony Scott is seeing to that... and, knowing him, it'll be fab!
Door tax is £3 [payable on the door]... with all proceeds being reinvested into the ((deep)) event.
Personally, I'd like to thank Richard Knott, Paul Clement, Tony Scott, and Jon Godfrey for helping to shape this vision and being hands-on to make it happen. I would also extend my gratitude to Maj. Ivor Telfor for seeing the potential in the idea and giving us the go-ahead to make it happen.
Lastly, can I ask all Scottish bloggers who are part of the ol' nanolog community to grab the pic above... and the text... and post about ((deep)). We need as much publicity for the event as we can get. It'll take a wee while for us to get the approach right and for word-of-mouth to kick in... and we need your help... you know who you are!!!
Now... Olly and I are off for a few days holiday... we need the rest... I'll blog if I find free wi-fi... but I intend to relax, read and enjoy some time off. See you soon.