Keswick Ayrshire

Keswick Ayrshire 2019 was a resounding success. The venue was, once again, the Park Hotel, Kilmarnock. The guest speaker was Jeremy McQuoid who spoke with great power and conviction, encouraging Christians to be confident in the Bible, in their faith and witness, even in tough times. Praise and worship was lead by the Keswick Ayrshire Band, creating an atmosphere of faith and expectancy over the three nights. There was also a Saturday morning session, where attendees were greatly encouraged by the testimony and work of Maud Kells, who has served as a missionary with WEC International for 50 years, 20 of which she has served in Congo; truly an inspiration to all in attendance. We also heard about the work of CAP (Christians Against Poverty) and how local Churches can get involved. 10ofthose.com were present once again with their amazing bookstall, where, amongst a wide range of Christian literature, Maud’s book An Open Door: A True Story of Courage in Congo was available.

You can view videos of the three evening sessions on Keswick Ayrshire’s YouTube channel, which should be available within the next couple of weeks, if not sooner. Meantime you can review the 2018 convention by clicking the link below. Once there, remember to click ‘Subscribe’ in order to stay up-to-date with any new uploads.

Keswick Ayrshire on YouTube.