Spring Harvest

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Spring Harvest
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Website www.springharvest.org

Spring Harvest is an inter-denominational evangelical conference and gathering in the United Kingdom that started in 1979.[1]:245

The festival arose in the late 1970s during a time when the evangelicalism was growing in the UK and there was uncertainty as to how that movement would relate with Church of England and evangelicals within it; the event, among a few others at the time, welcomed all evangelicals,[2]:292-293 including people inside and outside of the charismatic movement.[1]:245 Hylson-Smith comments that non-denominational activities such as Spring Harvest did much to encourage pan-evangelicalism which tended to minimise historical differences between denominations[1]:247

Music from the Spring Harvest has been presented on the BBC programme Songs of Praise.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Bebbington, David (1992). Evangelicalism in modern Britain : a history from the 1730s to the 1980s (Baker Book House ed. ed.). Grand Rapids, Mich.: Baker Book House. ISBN 978-0801010286. 
  2. ^ Hylson-Smith, Kenneth (1989). Evangelicals in the Church of England : 1734-1984. Edinburgh: T.&T. Clark. ISBN 978-0567291615. 
  3. ^ "More hit by holiday camp virus". BBC News. 17 April 2003. 

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