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2016-06-28 06:00

THE IGNITE Conference was hosted between 16 and 18 June at Kloof Harvest Church.

Over 1200 young people between the ages of 13 and 28 got involved over the three days.

The conference featured Sama-nominated worship band 24Skies as well as guest speakers Phil Dooley (Lead Pastor of Hillsong CapeTown), Dino Cicatello (View Church) & Tyron Whittaker (Hillsong CapeTown) and was hosted by Tom Paxton and Colin Edmonds (Student and Youth pastors respectively).

With an appearance by local comedy legend Aaron Mcilroy and dance crew Buck Kingdom the conference was brimming with creativity and was an inspiring time for all the delegates from over 20 churches that attended.

For more info contact info@igniteconference.co.za

- Supplied.

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