At long last, we are so happy to announce that the venue is all booked and the tickets are on sale for our Tomorrow People 2015 conference, with revelatory speakers Ian Clayton, Justin Abraham, a fantastic session from Karl Whitehead on the Living Hebraic letters, and music from the Glory Company.
Tomorrow People 2015 is a two-day conference with 10 sessions from Ian, Justin, and Karl sharing from their own personal experiences and applied understanding of God and the dynamics of Heaven. The talks will help you to expand your mind and change your paradigms to increase your awareness of the unseen world all around us, to help accelerate you towards your future to become Tomorrow People, today. The dawn of the spiritual evolution of humanity is upon us, for those who have ears to hear. Many of the talks are not just theory, but also have practical engagement exercises to help you learn and apply what you’ve heard to your everyday walk with Jesus.
The conference runs all day Friday August 21st and Saturday August 22nd, with sessions each day as follows:
9:30am -10am Registration
10am Worship & Session 1
11:45am Morning Break
12:15pm Session 2
1:15pm Lunch Break
2:30pm Worship & Session 3
4pm Afternoon Break
4:30pm Session 4
5:30pm Dinner Break
7:30pm Worship & Session 5
Ian Clayton is an inspirational speaker, pioneering teacher, scientific thinker, and a businessman, as well as head of Son of Thunder ministries. He encounters the unseen world naturally and imparts the understanding for others to walk in these same realities. He revolutionary messages have impacted tens of thousands globally. He is a remarkable man with a powerful mandate for this generation.
Justin Abraham is a renowned speaker, teacher, blogger and podcaster recognised internationally for his engaging teachings on the mystic realms of heaven. Justin is the senior director of Company of Burning Hearts with his wife Rachel, standing with many others around the world to see a global spiritual awakening of humanity to shape the future.
Karl Whitehead has been closely mentored by Ian Clayton over the past several years. During this time God has given Karl unusual experiences in the Kingdom Realm. His revelation is profoundly engaging and draws people into a deeper love and appreciation of the Father.
Venue: The Horsham Capitol
The Capitol Horsham is Horsham’s flagship venue, with a 400-person seat theatre. We are so excited to be hosting the event here, practically in the centre of town. It is a 3 minute walk from the train station, across the street from Horsham Park, and a 5 minute walk into town centre, where there are loads of restaurants and coffee places for lunch or dinner, as well as shopping and a supermarket.
As it is a seated event, don’t delay booking, so you can get good seats!
Friday is on sale here: http://bit.ly/1aKPypf
Saturday here: http://bit.ly/1JZivKJ
There are discounts for booking both days or for concessions online at the Capitol website.
To book both days with the discount, you have to add each day into your basket on the Capitol website, and the website will calculate the discounted price.
There is also wheelchair access and a few special places for wheelchair seating. If you need this, please call the Capitol box office to arrange your tickets so that they can book the special seating for you: 01403 750220.
Travel and Car Parking
Finding the venue is easy by train or by car. There is a load of information on the Capitol website itself here.
There is NOT parking on site at the Capitol.
However, for those of you who came last year or come to our Glory Parties at the Salvation Army Hall, Booth Way, Horsham, we have made a special arrangement with the Salvation Army. They are allowing us to use their car park both days of our conference, in exchange for the people parking there to put a love offering through the mail slot. The suggested offering is £3-£5, and there are approximately 30 spaces on a first come first served basis. What a huge blessing to us, so we want to be a blessing to them. So please be prepared with your donation to them should you use their car park for either or both days.
Horsham also has several all day car parks within 3-7 minutes walk to the venue (more information here):
Swan Walk (900 spaces — £8.40 for 8 hours — £12 for longer)
Piries Place (330 spaces — £8.40 for 8 hours — £12 for longer)
BT Exchange (81 spaces — £7 for 8 hours — Saturdays and evenings only)
RCP (£3 all day pay and display parking, but very limited amount of spaces)
There is also shorter term parking immediately opposite the Capitol in the North Street car park, but there is a limit of 3 hours stay during the day (for £3.30). In the evenings, the charge is only £1 from 6-8pm (and you are able to stay parked there for the rest of the night).
There are designated setting down, collection bays and parking spaces for disabled people immediately at the side of the building. And the Horsham train station is a 3 minute walk to the venue as well (see the map above).
Hotels and B&Bs
There are also two hotels in Horsham for those who want to book to stay overnight.
The Premier Inn is across from the train station (3 minute walk to the venue).
Travelodge is in the centre of town near the bus station (7 minute walk to the venue).
And there are also a number of B&Bs further from the venue.
Last year’s event was SOLD OUT, so don’t delay! Book today! Come join us for the joyful revelry of Glory Company worship music, and the revelatory talks by Ian, Justin and Karl.
See you there!