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Spring Harvest to return in person in 2022 


Spring Harvest has announced that after a two-year break from meeting together, it is now planning to return to Butlin’s resorts in 2022


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Spring Harvest will open for bookings on 15 June for two breaks to be held at the Butlin’s Minehead (18-22 April) and Skegness resorts (11-15 April) next year. Bookings for Harrogate (9-13 April) will open in September. 

Two months ago Spring Harvest streamed Spring Harvest Home 21, a four-day exclusively online event to more than 12,000 devices in more than 50 countries across the globe. Its 2020 event was also streamed online. 

Phil Loose, CEO of the Essential Christian charity said, 'In the last two years we’ve gone from Big Top to laptop, from Skyline to online and now it’s time to come together in person again. Spring Harvest is back at Butlin’s for 2022 and we can’t wait to welcome you on site.

'Book early to make sure you don’t miss out on an incredible Spring Harvest reunion!'

The Spring Harvest 22 events theme is Restore, Renew, Rebuild. Drawing from the life of Nehemiah, this theme will be explored in relation to our churches, our communities and our individual lives.

These three powerful words will each, in turn, become part of the daily focus for the event ‘as we look to God, look within our heart and look out into our world.’
 

Guests can book by phone or online. Booking online is the fastest and easiest way. To do this, visit Spring Harvest’s new online event booking page at https://springharvestevent.org/booking.

When bookings open 8am 15 June, click the link which will appear at the bottom of the page. This will direct users to the Butlin’s website on which a booking can be made.

Spring Harvest expect bookings to be very busy on 15 June. This is due to one less week planned in Minehead than usual and an excitement around coming back together at a physical event.

Full details of the Spring Harvest breaks can be found through their new event website here


 
Baptist Times, 09/06/2021
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