“Be strong and courageous! For the Lord your God is with you wherever you go” (Joshua 1:9 NLT)
At Celebrate Wales in Cardiff we are delighted to welcome you – newcomers, familiar faces; all ages, all denominations. Please bring your friends and families.
We look forward to being inspired and encouraged in our faith through moving talks, creative liturgy and exciting worship.
Expect great teachings, fun, inspiration, laughter, and miracles from our varied speakers!! And this year we especially welcome the return of Steve Murray, with his stunning Mime ministry before each talk; and we welcome back Clyde Thomas, the pastor of Victory Church, Cwmbran, whose ministry bears a heart for the most broken.
We invite everyone who has attended before to pray about someone else to invite to come along with them. We really do offer an all round experience: babes in arms love it; so do our senior delegates...and everything in between!
The Celebrate Weekend includes:
Adult programme with talks, seminars and workshops
Full Programme for 3-18s (‘Streams’)
Celebration of the Eucharist, Adoration & Reconciliation
Archie leads an established Merseyside Charismatic community, and is ever-present at Celebrate events as the face of Agape Ministries, creating its recordings.
Clyde is the leader of Victory Church Cwmbran, a growing church in multiple locations. He carries a strong evangelistic anointing with a heart for the most broken. Clyde regularly sees people come to faith and signs following the ministry.
Anne is a former teacher. She has been involved with Celebrate since its inception in 1994. Anne is also on the Diocesan Service Team for Northampton Diocese.
£40 – Adults (18+)
£20 – Further Education Students
£10 – age 3 to 17
£90 – Family Deal: 2 parents + children
Free - Crèche - Under 3*
*Under 3s must be accompanied at all time.
Please contact Michael Coyle in confidence if you find it difficult to pay the full price. Some support is available.
All under 18s must have a designated adult present throughout the weekend.
Volunteers will provide tea & coffee at break times. We very much encourage you to bring your reusable coffee cups to help us reduce the waste produced by the weekend. You will need a packed lunch on Saturday & Sunday, however a hot meal early on Saturday evening is provided, served in the Canteen Area.
How to Book
Your place(s) confirmed when form is completed fully and payment is received.
Click the button below to book online.
Click the button below to download our postal return form.
Children & Youth Streams
Our school age children and young people all join a ‘stream’ appropriate to their own age group.
Crèche – For parents with pre-school children (Play materials; main hall audio link; drinks & snacks; change facilities) Children must be supervised by parents.
Son Beams - School Nursery - Year 2
Sparklers - Year 3 - 6
Burning Bushes - Years 7-9
Ignite - Years 10 - 13
The whole conference is together for the daily Celebration of the Eucharist. For most of the conference, the streams each follow their own programmes led by DBS-checked adult leaders. Here the young people follow the same conference theme but in a way that will engage their different needs. Our young people are guided through an exploration of their faith in a way that brings them into closer relationship with one another and with God. To ensure correct safeguarding procedures are followed each stream has a limited number of places. It is essential that you book early if you want to be assured of a place.
All school age children/young people must have a designated fee-paying adult present at the conference and any special needs must be declared on the consent form when booking their places. Parents are responsible for their children/young people when not attending streams.
On main stage as well as our speakers we welcome back Steve Murray, of Behold Ministry.
Behold is not just a mime ministry....it’s human theatre where the gospel is delivered in a fresh, unique and inspirational style. Combining mime and preaching, Steve has ministered in 18 nations in conferences, churches, schools, missions, theatres and prisons.