Love Latitude 2019


    Once again, Festival Pastors have the great privilege of being invited to serve at the Latitude Festival taking place during the weekend 18 – 21 July, 2019.

    This major all-age festival of art, music, creativity, fun and relaxation is based at Henham Park, Suffolk, with an expected attendance of 40,000 people.
    Festival Pastors know that nothing works without prayer and would love to know that the Christian family are supporting ‘Love Latitude’ in prayer once again.
    The Town Pastor Family gathers at Latitude, represented by volunteers from all Town Pastor schemes in Norfolk and Suffolk, working under the banner of “Festival Pastors”. They are there to serve, pray and care for those attending. Additionally, the popular Festival Pastor café in the village provides a variety of
    refreshments and a warm, friendly welcome from the café staff. In the café, resident
    Christian artists make the premises look incredible but also engage powerfully through the creative arts. Additionally, popular Christian musicians, Bean Baker and Jon Kendall
    are returning to work at Latitude 2019.
    Prayer is at the very heart of Town Pastors and intercessions take place 24/7 during the festival. Last year your prayers made a huge difference bringing immense encouragement to the team. Once again Festival pastors invite you to stand with them in prayer. During the event
    •All 11 Town Pastor teams are praying
    •Churches and organisations are praying.
    •Additionally, individuals across East Anglia, UK and other areas of the globe are praying.
    •Festival Pastors would love it if you could stand with them to pray for Latitude
    again this year.
    If you would like some more information or would like to be added to the list of people praying for the ministry of the Festival Pastor team, please contact;
    Liz Livey, Prayer Encourager for Latitude
    There has never been a spiritual awakening in any country or locality that did not begin in united prayer. – A.T. Pierson
    Every great movement of God can be traced to a kneeling figure. – D. L. Moody