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A time for renewal

VISION: Popular worship leader Noel Robinson

ONE OF Britain’s leading events for worshippers, the London Renewal, will celebrate its fifth anniversary when it takes place at Jesus House in Brent Cross, north London from January 31, 2013 to February 2, 2013.

Over 1,000 people are expected to attend this three-day conference which aims to inspire and empower worship teams, singers and musicians from across the capital and the south east.

London Renewal is hosted and founded by Noel Robinson, one of the most popular worship leaders to emerge from Britain’s black-led churches. His signature song Rain has been sung in churches around the world, including Potters House in Dallas which is led by the internationally renowned Bishop TD Jakes.

To celebrate its half decade landmark, London Renewal, which is being organised by the Kingdom Worship Movement (KWM), will be sponsoring 15 free places for young worship leaders aged between 14 and 22.

Robinson said: “There is a generation of young people who are true worshippers, who are sold out and passionate about Jesus and carry the DNA of heaven. KWM seeks to support and help this generation.”

Among the many leading artists and teachers taking part in London Renewal 2013 are Clive Urquhart, Matt Redman, Graham Kendrick, Lara Martin, Garbriel Eziashi, Nicky Brown, Mark Beswick, Elim Sound, Karen Gibson, Jerry Bonsu, Doug Williams, Jarrod Cooper.

According to Robinson, this year’s event will be one of the best ever. “We’ve got a great programme lined up for delegates this year. We’ll be opening London Renewal with One City One Sound, a celebration featuring various worship teams on Jan 31. It will be followed by two awesome days of preaching, teaching and music ministry which will include practical workshops and evening concerts,” he said.

The Renewal event has come a long way since it was first held at New Wine church in south-east London in 2009. Robinson’s original vision was to organise an event for Christians involved in music ministry and church worship teams that would provide them with spiritual renewal.

It was also aimed at giving those attending an opportunity to meet with and learn from fellow believers from a range of different denominations.

Not only has London Renewal achieved all those aims, it is now held in the cities of London, Birmingham, Bristol and Manchester, throughout the year.

“When God gave me the vision for the Renewal I thought it would just be an annual worship conference held in London,” Robinson said. “Never did I envisage that it would become an event that would be held all over the UK. Any believer who is keen to draw closer to God, learn more about worship ministry and connect with other worshippers will find attending the London Renewal a worthwhile and enriching experience.”

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