What is Springfest?

This spring Crossroads Christian Church is hosting a series of events from 13-16 October including an interactive discussion of forgiveness, a talk on justice (with a special event for youth on the same topic) and a service of prayer and wholeness. We'd love for you to come and check out our church as well at any of our regular locations.

SRINGFEST EVENTS

Thursday 13 October

Forgiveness: Doing Wrong and Making it Right
None of us gets through life without being wronged and wronging others. Forgiveness is something we all need. But what is it? And what does our need for forgiveness tell us about ourselves and the world?
Thursday 13 October @ 7.30 pm
COST: $10
VENUE: Stella's By the Lake

Friday 14 October

Justice: Love Justice, Hate Judgement
So many of us long for justice. We long for personal justice, historic justice, racial justice, economic justice. On the other hand, the concept of judgement couldn't be less popular. What does it mean for God to be a God of justice and judgement? What hope for just judgement does the Christian God offer?
COST: $10
VENUE: Rex Hotel, 150 Northbourne Ave, Braddon
Justice: Love Justice, Hate Judgement
Crossfire Event (Youths in Yrs 10-12)
So many of us long for justice. We long for personal justice, historic justice, racial justice, economic justice. On the other hand, the concept of judgement couldn't be less popular. What does it mean for God to be a God of justice and judgement? What hope for just judgement does the Christian God offer?
COST:Free
VENUE: Merici College Gym, Wise Street, Braddon

Saturday 15 October

Healing: A service of prayer and wholeness
We live as broken people in a broken world that cries out for relief and restoration. At this special service, we will hear of God's heart and promise for those who are weighed down in their pain, and we will pray for the relief and healing only God can bring.
COST: Free
VENUE: Merici College Gym, Wise Street, Braddon

Sunday 16 October

Grace: A surprise gift Our world tells us to look out for ourselves, and to get what we deserve, and to hold to our rights. But imagine a world where we didn't quite get what we want, but we got something better?