Israel Houghton, Tim Hughes, Guvna B set to minister at London event

AWARD WINNING artists Israel Houghton, Tim Hughes and Guvna B are set to take part in the fourth annual Renewal (London) worship gathering hosted by Noel Robinson taking place from 25th-28th January 2012 at The Dominion Centre, Wood Green, London N22. Said Robinson, "I've been blessed to be able to minister in churches across the denominational, cultural, generational and racial spectrum. I believe God is going to usher in revival in the UK that will be led by worshippers who represent the different cultures that currently reside in the UK. The Renewal aims to prepare worshippers for revival with its music events, seminar and preachers and remind those that are involved in the worship ministries of our churches that they will be at the forefront of revival and that The Renewal is playing a part in getting them ready for it."

This year's Renewal conference has been extended to four days and kicks off with a special free youth celebration on 25th January entitled Releasing A Sound Of A Generation featuring Jake Isaac, Guvna B, Nikki Fletcher, Joseph Perry and Audacious. It will be followed on the 26th with One City One Sound featuring Ruach Ministries, Kensington Temple, Remenante (a group featuring artists from the UK's Latin American churches) and St Mary's worship group, a HTB plant. Bishop John Francis of Ruach Ministries will be the guest speaker.

On the 27th and 28th there will be daytime seminars covering songwriting, musicianship, sound engineering, praise dance, being a praise and worship leader, choir master class, prophetic art and worship as a tool of intercession. Evening worship celebrations will also take place. On the Friday the celebrations will feature Israel Houghton, Tim Hughes, Mark Beswick, Elim Sound, Donna Akodu and Sonny Badu. On Saturday, the evening worship session will feature Hillsong UK, Muyiwa, Donna Akudo, Graham Kendrick, Lara Martin and Noel Robinson. For more information visit CR

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