Experience Conference expands to South Africa

Experience Conference is gearing up for its first international conference from November 2 to 4 2017 at Mosaiek Teatro in Johannesburg.

The 3-day conference, which has ministered to thousands of worship leaders across the US over the past seven years, creates a safe place to be refreshed in the presence of God.

The conference is partnering with Worship Central South Africa to host the event and focuses on equipping worship leaders and their teams through workshops, biblical teaching, technical training and gathering for two nights of worship.

Although the conference is structured for worship leaders, the evening worship sessions are open to the public. Early-bird registration for the conference is R495 and tickets to the evening sessions are available for R150 on iTickets.

“After years of praying about our first international location, it is highly apparent that the Lord would have us partner with what He is doing in South Africa. We are excited to join hands with worship teams from South Africa as we connect, equip, and empower teams to glorify God in their churches,” says Pastor Scot Longyear.

This year’s International artists include Martin Smith (Delirious?) , Tim Hughes (Worship Central), and local artists, We Will Worship, Soweto Gospel Choir, Hillsong South Africa, Kingdmusic, Duis:Lig, and Worship Central South Africa.

International speakers on the line-up include, author and blogger Scot Longyear , the Lead Pastor of Maryland Community Church in Indiana who is also the Pastor for the Experience Conference in the USA, as well as speaker and captivating magician, John Michael Hinton. Representing South Africa, is the Lead Pastor from Bryanston Bible Church, Ross Lester who started out as a full-time musician and has been the lead pastor of BBC since 2006.

The heart of the event is to connect, equip, and empower worship leaders and their teams, and to see the Church as a whole unified to lift up the name of Jesus. The conference plans to continue annually in South Africa.

To learn more, visit the website at www.experienceconference.co.za or contact Emily Anderson atemily@experienceconference.com

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