Tickets

WESTPOINT 2019

Thu 22nd – Mon 26th August

 

How to book

  • Click on “Book now” button
  • Select the church you’re coming with (if it’s not in the list, choose “Other”).
  • Insert your personal details (please use the personal email of each person- we will use this email to send information about the event and for any serving team information).
  • Choose your Ticket type:
    • Camping or staying off site (Non- Camper)
    • Concession (Full time students; Unemployed; Overseas delegates; Registered disabled; Carers;  aged 65 and over)
    • NB: If you are coming for the day select Day Visitor
  • Choose whether you wish to serve or not, and the serving role.
  • Enter any other details of those in your party.
  • Enter your billing information (email and billing address).
  • You will be given an option to pay via Pay via PayPal. This will allow you to set up monthly payments. Alternatively you can click on the Guest link to pay directly by Card.
  • You are now booked in!

Pricing

Spread your payment cost – pay by standing order.

Back again for Westpoint 2019, you can choose to spread your payments across the year in equal monthly instalments via Paypal. So whether you book in now or in June, the cost will be split equally across the months before the event.

UNAVAILABLE

Before midnight 6th Nov 2018

Camper Non-Camper
Adult £119 £94
Concession** £89 £74
Youth* £35 £35
Child* £20 £20
Infant* FREE FREE

CURRENT PRICE

7th Nov 2018 – 22nd Apr 2019

Camper Non-Camper
Adult £134 £109
Concession** £94 £84
Youth* £40 £40
Child* £25 £25
Infant* FREE FREE

NOT YET AVAILABLE

23rd Apr 2019 – 8th Jul 2019

Camper Non-Camper
Adult £144 £124
Concession** £104 £89
Youth* £52 £52
Child* £30 £30
Infant* FREE FREE

NOT YET AVAILABLE

9th Jul 2019 – 24th Aug 2019

Camper Non-Camper
Adult £164 £139
Concession** £119 £104
Youth* £55 £55
Child* £35 £35
Infant* FREE FREE
DAY PRICE

Day visitors

Per day
Adult £45
Concession** £35
Youth* £20
Child* £12
Infant* FREE
*Age brackets

Definitions:

  • Infant: Under 1 year old.
  • Child: 1 to 12 years.
  • Youth: 12 to 17 years.

**Concessional

A concessional rate is available for:

Full time students
Unemployed
Delegates from overseas
Registered disabled
65 and over

If you are a full-time registered carer, you are eligibale for a free ticket – to access this you will need to email the events team at

[email protected]

***Camping

After 31st July 2019, on-site camping bookings will incur an additional fee of £25 per ticket. Delegates who book in after this date will also not be able to camp within their church site but will be allocated a space elsewhere.  This is to reflect both the cost of administering late bookings and also the requirement to plan the layout of the site prior to the event.

Kids programme

With dedicated groups for 3s, 4-5s, 6-8s and 9-11s, Westpoint is a festival for the whole family.

Food Bookings

Take the stress out of camping by pre-ordering your breakfasts,  dinners or both.

Adult programme

Worship, seminars, bible-teaching and much more this year in our fantastic new programme.

Youth programme

Discover the fantastic line-up we have for our 12-18s.

What people are saying …

“This was excellent. My previously non-committed 12 year old felt confident enough to express his love of Jesus and accept him into his life fully. For the first time ever we were able to pray together as a family … Magical!”

“Both my 4 year old and 6 year old loved their groups, they were keen to go back to the next session and were always telling me about what they were doing and learning. My daughter also asked Jesus into her life.”

Get In Touch

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WESTPOINT

Thu 22nd - Mon 26th August 2019

Thu 22nd – Mon 26th August 2019

Our Key Annual Event

Westpoint brings us together as a family of churches for insightful teaching, powerful worship and personal encounters with the living God. Don’t miss this fantastic event.

What is Westpoint?

Our annual festival has been running for quite a while – so where did it all begin?

New to Westpoint?

Find out what to expect from a typical day at Westpoint, and other helpful information.

Adult programme

Worship, seminars, bible-teaching and much more this year in our fantastic new programme.

Kids

With dedicated groups for 3s, 4-5s, 6-8s and 9-11s, Westpoint is a festival for the whole family.

Youth programme

Discover the fantastic line-up we have for our 12-18s.

Serve and save

Don’t just come to Westpoint … make it happen!

Festival

There’s so much to do at the Festival for all the family – sports competitions, animal demos, crafts and more!

Pricing

Get the latest information on Westpoint pricing and pricebreaks.

Location

Find out where Westpoint is being held and how to get there.

Camping?

Everything you need to know about on-site facilities to make your setup as smooth as possible.

Handbook

Download the Westpoint 2018 handbook to get a taste of what’s to come for 2019! 

On demand

Access all the seminars and adult meetings from last year, and watch the Westpoint Livestream from wherever you are.

Additional needs?

Westpoint is for everyone. Find out what’s available for those with additional needs.

Day visitors

Staying offsite or just visiting for the day? Everything you need to know to make your visit to Westpoint a success.

Important information

All the extra details that will help you make the most of your Westpoint experience.

Food bookings

Take the stress out of camping by pre-ordering your breakfasts, dinners or both.

Beatitudes

Beatitudes

The Blessed Life of the Kingdom of God

The Beatitudes have inspired countless generations before us to build lives and churches that challenge and change the world in which they live. The truths contained within Christ’s teaching have the ability to bring colour and transformation to the darkest and most troubled situation on planet earth.

Guy Miller wrote the short study book called “The Blessed Life of the Kingdom of God” which was handed out to everyone that attended Westpoint 2018. His heart for the book was that it would unify everyone in Commission and have them all praying the same things, caught up in the same amazing vision. If you were not at Westpoint or did not receive a book, we have made the book available for free download.

As a follow-on to the book, Guy has written a series of 10 blogs (see below) each one also has a short 1 minute video devotional and discussion questions. We hope that you will find each of these helpful in connection with the book, either to be used as personal reflection or in a small group setting.

If you feel inspired by what you read and would like to find out more about how you could play a part in seeing Commission’s vision to see thousands of lives transformed, through hundreds of churches, in tens of nations achieved visit www.commission-together.org/joinin

 

Beatitudes Series

Part 1: Vision

I am sitting in my study praying and thanking God for this precious family we call Commission and all the wonderful people who are part of it. We are all on a great adventure to see thousands of lives transformed through hundreds of churches in tens of nations.

read more

Part 3: Blessed are those who mourn

I will sometimes visit a graveyard and read headstone inscriptions. They all include a name, two dates and a dash. That dash represents all the hopes, ambitions, relationships and work the individual did in their lives, all represented by a line! Two dates and a dash.

read more

Part 4: Blessed are the meek

Most of us enjoy tracing our family tree back several generations to discover unknown characters and forgotten history. We are spellbound to find the names and histories of forgotten entrepreneurs, soldiers, builders, inventors.

read more

Part 6: Blessed are the merciful

I love butterflies and insects. They are so industrious and so beautiful (well maybe not a flea or cockroach). They are the bringers of transformation to the gardens, forests and fields pollinating, flowers that in time produce a harvest.

read more

WESTPOINT 2019

Thu 22nd – Mon 26th August

Events

Meet old and new friends at one of our Commission events held throughout the year.

Training

Why not get involved by signing up to a Commission training course this year?

Join the adventure

Exciting things are happening in Commission. Discover how you can get involved.

Get In Touch

We want to hear from you. Maybe you have a story to share about serving as part of Commission, or you need some specific information, or you spotted an error on this page. Whatever the reason, get in touch. We will only use your email to respond to you concerning this particular subject – this form will not add your email to a list. Find out more in our privacy policy.

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WESTPOINT

Thu 22nd – Mon 26th August 2019

Thu 22nd – Mon 26th August 2019

Our Key Annual Event

Westpoint brings us together as a family of churches for insightful teaching, powerful worship and personal encounters with the living God. Don’t miss this fantastic event.

What is Westpoint?

Our annual festival has been running for quite a while – so where did it all begin?

New to Westpoint?

Find out what to expect from a typical day at Westpoint, and other helpful information.

Adult programme

Worship, seminars, bible-teaching and much more this year in our fantastic new programme.

Kids

With dedicated groups for 3s, 4-5s, 6-8s and 9-11s, Westpoint is a festival for the whole family.

Youth programme

Discover the fantastic line-up we have for our 12-18s.

Serve and save

Don’t just come to Westpoint … make it happen!

Festival

There’s so much to do at the Festival for all the family – Design it, Eat it, Rest it, Live it, Enjoy it, Move it, Experience it, Watch it, Play it.

Pricing

Get the latest information on Westpoint pricing and pricebreaks.

Location

Find out where Westpoint is being held and how to get there.

Camping?

Everything you need to know about on-site facilities to make your setup as smooth as possible.

Handbook

Download the Westpoint 2018 handbook ahead of the event.

On demand

Access all the seminars and adult meetings from last year, and watch the Westpoint Livestream from wherever you are.

Additional needs?

Westpoint is for everyone. Find out what’s available for those with additional needs.

Day visitors

Staying offsite or just visiting for the day? Everything you need to know to make your visit to Westpoint a success.

Important information

All the extra details that will help you make the most of your Westpoint experience.

Still got questions?

Check out our list of frequently asked questions, or ask a new one of your own.

WESTPOINT 2019 Booking Form

Westpoint 2019

Westpoint 2019

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Delegates

Only teams with spaces are shown
The First Aid (medical) team responding to medical incidents, providing a second tier service to support the First Aid team with more complicated injuries and illnesses or in medical emergencies. You will need to be currently working in one of the following clinical roles with appropriate professional registration: medical doctor, paramedic or nurse. A rota covers 3 x 4.5hr shifts, or 2 x 4.5hr shifts and one overnight on-call, over the course of the event.
This teams involves welcoming, checking delegates into the event, issuing wristbands and giving them their delegate pack. This team also handles ticket purchases at the gates and will work with an external security company to ensure the safety of the site is achieved during the event. Arrival before the event (Wednesday 21st August) is not mandatory but strongly recommended.
This team involves laying out the car park before the event and then directing traffic safely around the site on arrival and departure day, as well as monitoring and directing car parking areas during the event. Arrival on the day prior to the event (Wednesday 21st August) is not mandatory but advisable. Includes 4-5 shifts across the event.
This team requires you to follow a shift pattern across the event, the earliest shift starts being at 9:00 and latest one ends at 23:00hrs. We strongly advise you to attend a stewarding brief which will take place on the Thursday 22nd August afternoon where you will be shown how to respond to any emergency evacuation or missing person procedures during the event. You will only miss two of the adult meetings serving in this team.
Please provide details of any experience that you have in production or technical skills that you have experience in, eg: vision mixing, video camera operation, web streaming, graphic content creation, Pro Presenter and Pro Video player. Email [email protected] Expectation: to cover 4 morning / evening shifts covering the main adult sessions over the course of the event.
This team is available for set up and pack down of event (Arrival required from Monday 19th August onwards). This team connects up the hired onsite shower and toilet blocks to water supply and drainage points and responds to any plumbing problems during the event on a on-call basis. Practical skills in basic DIY and plumbing is not essential but is desirable.
or expected birth date
Details of any regular medication, medical problems
(e.g. asthma, epilepsy, diabetes, allergies, dietary needs)
or disability which may affect normal activity.
We will make contact with you to discuss how we can best enable you to access the event
I am the legal parent/guardian of the above child and I give permission for them to take part in the normal activities of the children's work at Westpoint. I understand that while involved they will be under the control and care of the group leader and/or other adults approved by the organisation leadership and that, while the staff in charge of the group will take all reasonable care of the children, they cannot necessarily be held responsible for any loss, damage or injury suffered by my child during, or as a result of, the activity. Whenever medical advice or treatment is needed, the assistance of the event's First Aid team, paramedics or the A&E Department of a hospital should be sought. The Children Act 1989 allows a doctor to provide any necessary treatment by doing ""what is reasonable in all circumstances of the case for the purpose of safeguarding or promoting the child's welfare"". I understand that my child will receive medication as instructed before or during the event. Every effort will be made to contact me as soon as possible should my child become ill or have an accident. My child will be given medical/dental treatment as necessary.
I understand that photographs and videos may be taken during the event which may be used as part of promotion for future events or on social media. A link to the opt out form will be included in your booking confirmation which will need to be completed if you do not wish your child to be photographed or filmed.