We are so excited about this years Tomorrow People Conference!
The venue is booked! The tickets are on sale!
We’ve moved it to the end of the April half term, rather than in August, so it’s coming up fast. Please book your time and your tickets quickly. Tickets available at Event Brite:
All day April 21st and 22nd, 2017. Multiple sessions at 10am, 2pm, and 7pm.
Tomorrow People 2017 is a 2-day event to come together to worship to bring the presence of God’s glory, and then to explore together what it means to be tomorrow people, a body of people who live out of the future, now, in their everyday lives.
This year, we’re so excited to keep it home-grown, with UK speakers:
Justin Abraham (Company of Burning Hearts and author of Beyond Human)
Jane Schroeder (Company of Burning Hearts and Fiery Crown and Glory)
Stevie McKie (Scotland Ablaze and The Nest)
Matthew & Pearl Nagy (Glory Company and Wisdoms of Pearl)
Music by The Glory Company Band and friends
This year, hosted at the Horsham Salvation Army Hall (so we can go back to open seating). Free parking on site
Come and explore the future you
Tickets are £17.50/day, £30 for both days: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/tomorrow-people-17-tickets-31257744756
Concessions are available (email us at email@example.com for more information).
Sessions each day as follows:
9:30am -10am Registration
10am Worship & Session 1
11:45am Morning Break
12:00pm Session 2
1:00pm Lunch Break
2:00pm Worship & Session 3
3:30pm Optional Afternoon Break
4:00pm Optional Session 4
5:00pm Dinner Break
7:00pm Worship & Session 5
Justin Paul Abraham is the founder and co-director of Company of Burning Hearts in the UK. He is a popular podcaster, author of Beyond Human, missionary and motivational speaker, known for his joyful teachings on the happy gospel, engaging heaven, mystical (contemplative) prayer and KAINOS (new) creation realities.
Jane is a full time minister, podcaster, writer and international speaker. She loves to see heaven invade earth and Jesus heal people. She is a prophetic seer, is passionate about intercession, and heads up prayer for Company of Burning Hearts, as well as travelling the world on a mission to release people into the seer realm and their destinies.
Stephen McKie heads up Scotland Ablaze, is an international speaker and podcaster, and now also oversees the Nest Foundation Year 1 course. Stevie believes in the tangible reality of the awesome presence of God and the power of the prophetic Spoken Word. He also works closely with Company of Burning Hearts in Wales and has travelled with them extensively preaching and imparting the joy and wildfire of God across the nations
Matthew and Pearl Nagy head up Glory Company as speakers, podcasters, bloggers, as well as the worship with the Glory Company Band. They are facilitators of Glory Parties and events with the main aim being: worship until the glory presence comes; then wait in the glory for God to show off.
Venue:Horsham Salvation Army
The Horsham Salvation Army Hall is located behind the train station, with the main entrance and parking off of Booth Way off of the large roundabout (see pic below). For Sat Nav, use RH13 5UZ to get to Booth Way.
The building is ground level, so has easy wheelchair access and a few handicap parking spaces.
Travel and Car Parking
Finding the venue is easy by train or by car.
Horsham also has several all day car parks within 7-10 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).
And the Horsham train station is a 5 minute walk to the venue as well (see first map above).
Hotels and B&Bs
There are 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 had over 200 attendees, and this year the venue only holds 150, so don’t delay! Book today! Come join us for the joyful revelry of Glory Company worship music, and the revelatory talks by Justin, Jane, Stevie, Matthew and Pearl.
See you there!