iWORSHIP Network Youth Event
iWORSHIP ~ with Jacob Tyers
The next iWorship Youth Event will be held at Twynham Church Christchurch on 24th May 2019. Front-man Charlie Du Puy (host), and Worship Leader Jotham Watson, will be joined by Speaker Jacob Tyers as we bring together youth groups from across the region.
As mentioned above Jotham Watson, who spent a years internship with Soul Survivor and their worship team, will be leading worship. Jotham has a great touch when strummin' the guitar and his heart burn's for bringing youth into the presence of Jesus in worship! The event will see young people coming together from the churches of the New Forest (West), Christchurch, Bournemouth and Poole.
Our Speaker, Jacob Tyers is finishing off his 3rd year placement at Moorlands College and has the gift of the gab, loves preaching and teaching from the Word of God, and has a real passion for young people. Jacob is placed at Bransgore Community Church but will be moving in the summer to take up an internship at Turning Point Church, Pokesdown. He is a God Chaser!
United Youth Event
Twynham Church is in the perfect location for this united youth event with its ease of access from both the west side of the New Forest, Bournemouth and Poole. Plus, it has good parking across Barrack Road on the Homebase car park (see notes below on 3 hour maximum parking times). Get updates on Facebook or subscribe to the eNewsletter.
We hope to see you there.
Date & Time:
- Friday 24th May 2019 @ *7:00 pm ~ 9:00 pm
- *Doors open at 6:45 pm with free refreshments | Doors close at 10.00 pm
This is a FREE event; NOT a ticketed event. This will NOT be a seated event but a standing youth event! Seating will be available for those who require it. Twynham church has a small overflow. Free entry is on a first come first served basis.
99 Barrack Road
The church boasts a medium sized car park to front and side. However ample parking can be found opposite the church on the Christchurch Retail Park, Bailey Street, Christchurch, BH23 2BN (see map below). If you park to the right of the large car park in front of Homebase/Barrack Road there is only a short walk across the road to the church.
The Homebase car park is monitored by AMPR (Automatic Number Plate Recognition) by Highview Parking London. We called this company and inquired after the use of the car park for church events at Twynham Church and were told that "there is a 3 hour limit to car park usage so as long as someone doesn't park there cars longer than the 3 hour limit, usage of the car park is fine."
Please be aware that if you go over the 3 hour limit parking fines will be applied by post from London. There is nothing we can do about this as it is beyond our remit and control.