Keswick Convention

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Keswick Convention is a unique Christian event. Christians from all over the UK and from around the world gather in Keswick to hear the Word of God and to sing God’s praises, to be encouraged, inspired and equipped to love and live for Christ in His world.

The programme includes kids and youth meetings, Bible Teaching, seminars and worship, and much more taking place at the Pencil Factory in Keswick.

Visiting Keswick Convention

Keswick Convention is located in Keswick, at the heart of the stunning Lake District. All Convention events are open to everyone and more details can be found on the Convention Pages.

Whether you’ve been before or are attending for the first time, here are some essentials that will be of help when planning your visit.

The Convention is located at the Pencil Factory in Keswick.

Enjoy Keswick

We’ve put together a site with local attractions and places for you to visit whilst in the area.

Visit the Enjoy Keswick Website to browse Food & Drink, Shopping, Outdoor Activities, Museums and more!

Accessibility at Convention

Keswick Ministries is committed to ensuring that Keswick Convention is accessible to all.We are working with Count Everyone In and Kay Morgan-Gurr to improve accessibility across the event.

Accessibility on site during the event.

Dogs at Keswick Convention

We recognise that a visit to Keswick is the perfect opportunity to enjoy quality time with your pets in the Lake District.

Keswick town and local area is very dog-friendly with hospitality, shopping and attractions that are all dog-friendly, not to mention beautiful walks to explore the countryside.

We do not allow animals on to the Keswick Convention sites and in meeting venues except for guide, hearing, or registered assistance dogs, including those in training. Our security team have a responsibility to check this on entry. Please bring the dog’s ‘Assistance Dog’s (UK)’ identification book (or the appropriate international equivalent) with you.

Due to health and safety reasons, we do not allow emotional support animals on the Convention site.

For those wishing to watch a relay of the Main Tent sessions, Keswick Methodist Church will be live-streaming Bible Readings and Evening Celebrations throughout the Convention. The premises are fully wheelchair accessible, loop system, suitable for the visually impaired, and are dog friendly.

How Much Does it Cost?

There is no charge to attend, and everyone is welcome. Simply book your accommodation and join us!

Derwent Pencil Museum
Time:
7:30am
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9:00pm


13th July 2024 for 20 days
7:30am
9:00pm
12th July 2025 for 20 days
7:30am
9:00pm
 
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