STAY TUNED FOR MORE DETAILS REGARDING REVIVE 2021!
Thank you for joining us for REVIVE Sunday 2020!
What an amazing day, joining together online as one big Co-Mission family for REVIVE Sunday. It’s been great to hear about and see so many people tuning in
to worship God together, celebrate all that God is doing in our churches and to equip us to keep going in reaching our city for Christ. We hope and pray that it was a joy and an encouragement for you.
SHARE YOUR REVIVE SUNDAY
Keep sharing your REVIVE Sunday pictures on social using #revivesunday20 and remember to tag us @comissionldn. And don’t worry if you missed out - we’re going to be sharing the content with you very soon - watch this space! And you can keep accessing the youth and children’s materials below.
SAVE THE DATE!
Put the date in your diary now for REVIVE 2021 - 26 June 2021
Main talk by Thabiti Anyabwile
how we plant short film
Key Workers Interview
how great thou art
See him face to face
o Great God
YOUTH & CHILDREN'S MATERIALS
We also have available some youth and children's materials. These materials will be published on this page from 6am, Sunday 21 June and available to access when you want, throughout the day.
If you are aged 11-18, make sure to tune into the main Livestream with your family. Afterwards we have some additional material for you to use for REVIVE Sunday:
Reflection Questions – After listening to Thabiti’s talk in the main Livestream, why not go through these questions with your youth group or parents or by yourself as personal reflection questions.
“Life in Lockdown” – watch a 20-minute discussion with a group of our young people from across Co-Mission. As together, we look at life in lockdown living like Salt of the Earth.
Children of all ages under 11 are encouraged to watch their very own REVIVE Sunday programme. It is 30 minutes of engaging content with mini-talks on the Salt of the Earth theme as well as songs, prayers, games and a craft. This programme can be watched by the kids simultaneously with the main Livestream event or at a time earlier or later in the day so parents can watch with their kids. The programme was created for parents to watch with their children so we recommend the latter option.
Kids REVIVE Sunday Event
The craft explained in the programme is recommended for creating at some time afterwards as a family. The materials needed for the craft:
- plastic container or toilet roll
- plastic bag
- colouring pens
- a needle (or something thin & sharp)
with guest speaker
Thabiti Anyabwile is one of the pastors of Anacostia River Church (ARC) in Washington, DC. He served previously as senior pastor in the Cayman Islands before moving back to the US to plant ARC. After a few years as a practicing Muslim, Thabiti was converted through the preaching of the gospel. He is the author of several books, including What Is a Healthy Church Member?, Finding Faithful Elders and Deacons, Reviving the Black Church, and others. He and his wife, Kristie, have three children.