Katherine Christian Convention
1 & 2 May, 2021
Three Kings Under One God:
A look into the lives of King Saul and King David
SATURDAY, 1st MAY
10 am Registration Begins
12 pm Canteen Lunch
2:30 pm Prayer
3 pm Bible Session 1
5 pm Canteen
6 pm Prayer
6:30 pm Bible Session 2 & Celebration Evening
SUNDAY, 2nd MAY
8 am Canteen
9 am Prayer
9:30 am Bible Session 3
11:30 am KCC AGM
12 pm Canteen
2 pm Sharing Groups
5 pm Canteen
6 pm Prayer
6:30 pm Bible Session 4 & Celebration Evening
Note: this program may change.
Speaker & Theme
Jono Wright spoke at KCC in 2016, at Morrow‘s Farm, on Grace and Law. He did such a good job we had to have him back. Jono will be bringing teaching from the books of Samuel, looking into the lives of Saul and David, two of the earliest kings of God’s people Israel. This year the theme is: “Three Kings under One God: A look into the lives of King Saul and King David.”
Jono has worked in Camooweal and nearby Alyawarr communities teaching God‘s Word and encouraging the local churches. After 13 years in Camooweal Jono and his family moved to rural Victoria in 2018 for some rest and some time to work out what God want s them to do next. Jono and Grace have a heart for the NT and to see God‘s people and His church going from strength to strength.
On Saturday and Sunday evenings, after the bible talks, we will once again have a time of celebration when community church groups can share Christian songs and other items. This year we are having our night celebrations outside on the grass next to the Big Shed.
We normally have many items, so please register your item before 6pm
on the day. Where possible bring original Christian music that you have written
yourselves to share during this time. You are also welcome to share a drama,
artwork or another short item. Please note that each group or person will be
limited to 2 songs on one night only to enable as many groups as possible to
Basic camping at the Katherine Showgrounds is available from 10am Saturday morning to 10am Monday morning. The cost of camping is no extra to the entry fee, however as we rely on donations to offer this, we any donation towards camping is appreciated.
On arrival, please go to the front gate to find out where you can camp. Most camp sites do not have power, but camping areas have toilets and showers.
No fires will be allowed. However, hot water will be available for campers. Bring your own camping gear; tent, swag, tarp, blankets etc. For more information about camping, contact us.
Location and Cost
Where is it?
Katherine Showgrounds, Murphy Street , Katherine.
You’re welcome to come for one day or both. Just register on the day.
The entry cost:
Adult: $15 for 1 day / $20 for 2 days;
Child (of school age): $5 per day
Food will be available to buy from the KCC Canteen or you are welcome to bring your own.