Crossover

This weekend is the 10th Crossover Festival.  Crossover is a brilliant event and I’ve been proud to be part of it.  But this year I’ve not been involved.  After the last event I felt it was time to step back and to allow others to bring their ideas and dreams to the event.

I have a sense that this might be the last one.  That would be a shame but perhaps it has run it’s course.  Only time will tell with that question.

I’ve been invited to visit and I might pop in at some point over the weekend but maybe not.  I’m not sure yet.

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2 Responses to Crossover

  1. JohnO says:

    It was a bit different this year. In a sense it was back to basics. No big bands, no cutting edge seminars, no packed entertainment programme. Activities, social awareness and God. And it was great! OK, so the numbers were well down, but (almost) everything that was on was well-supported. Worship seemed to be loved by most (with some notable exceptions) and had a great atmosphere.
    I think a lot of people were very disappointed when Alan announced that the BB were pulling back from it.
    We’ll see what happens.

  2. Stewart says:

    I’m glad it went well. I was thinking about you all. Maybe it’s good to go out on top but I still think the idea is sound. Maybe just needs a fresh look and some people with the kind of time it needs to make it happen and to advertise it?

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