Feb 4th, it’s back. VERTIGO 2 a youth service, a call to action, a bunch of fun, a time of worship and the funkiest Cafe in the glalaxy (Ok may have exagerated that last bit ‘cos that’s my team). Details below:
It’s on SATURDAY 4th FEBRUARY 2006! Please make sure it’s in your diary and everybody knows about it.
Remember, it all kicks off at 7pm at the Kings Centre (Oxford) and the main session will start soon after doors open – the café will mainly run after the main session this time, so you and your friends can stay and chill out, chat, eat, drink and meet new people, or slip away if you’ve got a long drive home.
The colour flyers were delivered today, so please email us at [email protected] if you’d like us to send you a pile to help you advertise it at your church, school, youth group etc. You can also show them the video from the last vertigo – click here to view!
Here’s a reminder of what we’ve got in store for you:
A challenging talk from special guest speaker STEVE HOLLOWAY (East2West).
Worship from MARTYN LAYZELL and band (Survivor Records)
Special Guests, UK rockers QUENCH , will be playing a couple of their songs as a taster for their upcoming gig at Oxford’s prestigious Zodiac Club in March.
The chance to win a top of the range Apple IPod!
All the usual VERTIGO attractions – café, music, inflatable sumo wrestling, videos, games etc, etc!
So here are the main details again:
When and Where? Saturday 4th February 2005 @ The Kings Centre, Oxford
What time and how much?! 7:00pm – 9:30pm. Vertigo is FREE ADMISSION. However, please remind your young people to bring money for the café and also if they want to give to an offering which will be taken on the night to cover the costs of the event.
Who can come? 13-18 year olds + youth leaders.
What’s happening? Our young people can expect relevant biblical teaching to encourage and equip them for life at school on a Monday morning, passionate, high octane worship, fellowship with hundreds of other Christians their own age and a whole lot of fun!
See you there…and remember: “DON’T LOOK DOWN!”