Young people are invited to a weekend of teaching, prayer, worship and fellowship at the Free Church Youth Conference next month (18th to 20th March).
The conference, for those aged 18 to 30, aims to build up young Christians in their walk of faith. A full programme of events is being planned for the event, which takes place at Lendrick Muir in Kinross.
Sheona Forbes, on behalf of the Free Church Youth Conference Committee 2022, said: “Through our main talks, workshops, times of prayer, corporate worship and during free time we hope to establish networks of communication and accountability between our delegates as we run the race for Christ together. The conference also provides the opportunity to invite non-Christians who will be directly confronted with the challenge and offer of the gospel.”
The theme of this year’s event is “How Long Oh Lord?”, where those attending will look at three different responses to hard times as a Christian. Andrew Robertson, from the church plant in Charleston, will be teaching from the book of Habakkuk.
“We are thankful to have the opportunity to learn more about trusting and rejoicing in God during the hard times we can face in life,” said Sheona.
Organisers trust and pray that these talks will be beneficial to all who hear. They are also encouraging those who have not signed up yet, to do so quickly.
Sheona said: “The Youth Conference has been a blessing for so many and we would encourage everyone who is within the age bracket to consider coming along and sharing in fellowship with other young adults. We are now only a month away from the conference taking place and as we still have some spaces left, it would be a joy to see the conference full.”
For more information about the Youth Conference, or to book, go to: https://freechurchyouthconference.com