4,500 young people packed the King�s Hall for morning worship
and Holy Communion on Sunday 29th June. They were just some of
over 6,000 day visitors and campers that attended Summer
Madness, the largest Christian youth festival in Ireland.
The Right Rev Harold Miller, Bishop of Down & Dromore led the
service and conducted the act of communion. The speaker was
Peter Greig (24/7 Prayer Movement) and Ian Hannah (Musical
Director) and his team of talented musicians and vocalists led
the lively praise. During the service, the Bishop was
congratulated on his new appointment as President of Summer
Madness, an event he has attended every year for the past 20
years and one that he is proud to be associated with.
In an inspirational address, Peter Greig spoke of the need to
have Jesus in your heart and encouraged them to start a revival
by getting involved in Christian groups at school and at college
campus reminding them that if they gather in Jesus name - He
will be there with them. He concluded by challenging the large
crowd of young people to be an outward signpost for Jesus
pointing others to Him who gave His Son to die on the cross and
to whom we own everything.
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