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Two years ago I was privileged to help organise and run the Mighty Men’s Conference with Angus Buchan (of "Faith Like Potato’s" fame) in Pateley Bridge North Yorkshire where some 1700 men came together over a weekend.

Some of us stayed onsite camping while others were staying in local hotels and B&B’s. The sense of God’s presence over the weekend was incredible.

When we started to worship together it was amazing to be one with such a large group of men giving God honour and praise. The worship could be heard in the villages all around Pateley Bridge especially as with one accord we declared our “Amens!”

We saw God do many great things and it was clearly a life changing weekend for many that attended.

Angus is no stranger to ministering to large groups of men as a few years back he ran a Mighty Men’s Conference in South Africa with some 350,000 men attending. He is clearly one of the few fathers in the Lord and has a life transforming message for men at this time.

If you missed the last conference, don't worry as from the 26th-28th August  2016 we are doing it again! So don't miss this opportunity to be part of this amazing gathering. The conference is FREE but there is a small charge to camp. If you would like to register to come or want more information contact us or go to




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A community festival hosted by Eden Netherton brought hundreds from the local area together for five days of fun, games and good news this August.


‘I Heart Netherton’ took place under the huge blue and white Spearhead tent in the park in the heart of the Merseyside estate. A kids’ holiday club, community fun day, gig and comedy nights, sports and social action projects all helped the team (joined by enthusiastic members of partner church Emmanuel Baptist) to share their faith and bless the community.The brand new Eden Bus for Merseyside was also on hand for the entirety of the event.


‘I felt God talking to us about doing this tent event and the vision for “I Heart Netherton” was born,’ says Eden Netherton team leader Tom Grant. ‘We called the event “I Heart Netherton” as our original aim was to change the perceptions of people in Netherton towards their community. That’s because we have found that many people, especially the young, have a negative perception of where we live.


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