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2010

festival guide

FRIDAY EVENTS

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SATURDAY EVENTS

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SUNDAY EVENTS

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MONDAY EVENTS

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SEMINARS

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ARTISTS/BIOS

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Think green and keep it clean Leader’s Responsibilities

Ground Rules

Those who are identified on bookings as leaders are responsible for their group. Leaders should not allow campers under their care to go off-site without their permission or without a specific time at which to report back. Leaders should not go off-site without leaving some other adult responsible for their group and should inform the sub-camp leader of this change. In the case of an emergency, we need to be able to contact the leader as soon as possible.

1. Please show care and consideration for everyone on-site and visiting the showgrounds.

8. Do not cook inside tents other than the designated cook tents. 9. No camp fires or disposable barbeques to be used on the grass.

2. No smoking is allowed anywhere on the King’s Hall / Balmoral site.

10. No vehicles on-site, except those required by staff.

3. Alcohol must not be brought into or consumed on-site.

11. Valuables left in tents or cars are left entirely at the owner’s risk.

4. No-one who is intoxicated will be permitted to either enter the site or remain on the site. 5. Wristbands must be worn at all times to obtain entrance to all events. 6. No mixed sleeping (unless married). 7. Tents must be at least 3 metres apart and should not be pitched without permission from the sub-camp leader.

12. Litter must not be left around the site as this causes health and safety problems. 13. No pets to be kept on-site.


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Emergency? In case of emergency, please contact your subcamp leader or the campsite office. Medical help is on hand 24 hrs a day. If you need help just ask at the St. Johns Ambulance tent or any member of staff. PLEASE be quiet at night. It you want to stay up late, please respect those who are trying to sleep. Remember that noise carries across the campsite at night. A quiet curfew will be enforced in the camping area from 1:30am onwards.

Event Crew Famous the world over – the Summer Madness Event Crew are here to make your stay enjoyable and safe. They work long hours to make your camp a trouble-free experience, so go on, give them a smile and let them know they are appreciated. Lost Wrist Bands If you lose your wristband the cost of a replacement is £5.00. These will only be replaced if verified by your leader (in person) and if ID is presented. No crossing into any area that has been marked out-of-bounds by red and white tape (this will constitute trespassing, punishable by law). Summer Madness wishes to make it clear that it does not favour sectarian propaganda or proselytizing within the Christian fellowship and anyone

involved in these practices will be escorted off-site. This means that any group or individual which uses the SM Festival and its facilities for such purposes does so against the spirit of the event. The organisers reserve the right to cancel any booking (be it that of any individual or group) that they deem necessary and escort all concerned parties off the premises if these ground rules are not observed. Thank You We would like to thank all those people who have worked tirelessly, financed and resourced us during the year and at the camp to make the event such a success. Thank you!


Interested? To find out more visit www.omf.org.uk/serveasia


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Activities 2010

2010 sees the return of some great Activities action! Last year’s new additions of Lazerquest and Zorbing are joined by a Rodeo Bull on Saturday, and ALT’s Climbing Wall in the Nugent Hall throughout the day on Saturday and Sunday! These activities are in high demand, so get in early! Please note they will incur a small charge - the staff running each of these will help you with this. We’ve still got the firm favourites for those who prefer to have something a little less full-on – arts & crafts, cage football, basketball tournaments and everyone’s favourite, inflatables! All to be found with our friends at YWAM and the Activities Team…in the YWAM Yak Shak.

Saturday:

Sunday:

9:00am - 10:00am Charles Hurst Football Sign-Up

9:00am - 10:00am Charles Hurst Football Sign Up

2:00pm - 5:00pm Lazerquest Tournament

2:00pm - 5:00pm Lazerquest Tournament

2:00pm - 5:00pm “The Cage” 5-A-Side Football

2:00pm - 5:00pm “The Cage” 5-A-Side Football

1:00pm - 5:00pm Yak Shak Rodeo Bull

1:00pm - 5:00pm Zorbing

2:00pm - 3:15pm & 3:30pm - 5:00pm Craft* (Yak Shak - see Charles Hurst Building for details)

2:00pm - 3:15pm & 3:30pm - 5:00pm Craft* (Yak Shak - see Charles Hurst Building for details) BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND!

*Please arrive early to avoid disappointment!

2:00pm Summer Madness treasure hunt (Charles Hurst Building£2 per team of 4 - fantastic prizes to be won!)


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Monday: 2:00pm - 5:00pm Lazerquest Tournament 1:00pm - 5:00pm Zorbing 2:00pm - 3:15pm & 3:30pm - 5:00pm Craft* (Yak Shak - see Charles Hurst Building for details)

Zorbing


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Exhibition Hall Silverfish Jewellery

Fields of Life

NIHE

Nexus Trust

NI Transplant Forum

Eternal Destiny Jewellery

The exhibition hall - a place of info, quality goods, and this year - a climbing wall! Why not have a look around and a chat with some of the organisations and agencies who have some really exciting opportunities on offer...?

MAD International

Belfast Bible College

NIBTS

MAF

Open Doors UK

Wycliffe Bible Translators


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Smile International

Tearfund Transform

YFC

Big House

ARK

FEBA

Reign Ministries

Venture

Feed

NICCY

Surf Mountain


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Keynote Speakers Ardagh, he was Rector of St. Patrick’s Coleraine and served the whole diocese of Connor by being Archdeacon of Dalriada. He is married to Helen and they have four daughters and four grandchildren. Bishop Ken is a keen sports fan. He enjoys watching rugby and is a passionate Manchester United fan.

Reggie Dabbs From being a “Problem” to an unwed teenager, Reggie is fast becoming one of the most in-demand speakers who helps teenagers meet their problems head-on and overcome them. Two years ago, Reggie came from Ft. Myers, Florida to Belfast for the first time and he’s made the same journey again for SM2010! Be ready to be challenged by Reggie’s stories and remember that while “you can never change your past, you can change your future!”

Bishop ‘Fanta’ Clarke Bishop Ken ‘Fanta’ Clarke was elected Bishop of Kilmore, Elphin and Ardagh by Electoral College on 13 November, 2000 and was Consecrated in St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Armagh on 25 January, 2001. He has served in Kilmore and Sligo throughout his clerical life. He grew up in Holywood, County Down and went to the Sullivan Upper School before studying Arts at Trinity College, Dublin. Ordained deacon in 1972, he has served in parishes in Magheralin, Dundonald and Dublin and also in South America. Before becoming Bishop of Kilmore, Elphin &


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Rachel Gardner Rachel is co-founder and Creative Director of the Romance Academy, a relationships-positive project that builds young people’s self esteem enhanced by sexual delay. The very first Romance Academy was the subject of the BBC2 documentary ‘No Sex Please, We’re Teenagers.’ She trains Youth Workers and Peer Educators across the UK, Southern Ireland and Sweden to run Relationships Programmes in schools, churches and community centres. Rachel also runs Romance Academy projects in her local area and teaches PSHE in secondary schools in North London. She has a passion to see the church and wider society build wisdom, self-esteem and compassion for others into young people’s lives. Rachel came to faith as a young person and after school, studied at London School of Theology. She married Jason (Youth Culture Researcher at the London Institute of Contemporary Christianity) in 2001 and has lived and worked in Harrow, North London ever since.

Alan Scott Alan and his wife planted their Church in 1999 after spending some years ministering in Glasgow. They have been married for nine years and have two wonderful daughters, Sophie & Emily Joy, who are their continual delight.

Krish Kandiah Before his appointment as Executive Director: Churches in Mission for the UK Evangelical Alliance, Dr Krish Kandiah was the Director of the Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics and also Tutor in Mission and Evangelism at Wycliffe Hall.

Their passion is to see lives increasingly transformed and the multiplication of missional communities throughout the whole of Ireland. As well as leading the church, Kathryn works as a songwriter and regularly leads worship at different national and international events.

He was also a member of the Oxford University Theology faculty. He has worked with students in the UK with Universities and Colleges Christian Fellowship, and in Albania with the International Fellowship of Evangelical Students, before becoming pastor of a multi-cultural church in Harrow. Krish is passionate about helping the church relate relevantly and faithfully to contemporary culture and about global, multi-cultural and church-based mission and he is looking forward to being part of Summer Madness 2010.


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Worship Leaders Rend Collective Experiment Ben Cantelon Life is moving fast for Ben: just married and now living in London, where he has joined the Worship Central team at Holy Trinity, Brompton. Four years ago he was based in Vancouver, Canada where his father is pastor of Christian Life Assembly Church, and whose grandfather was the first Canadian televangelist, Don Cantelon.

Following the release of their debut album in January, the Rend boys and girls have been rather busy touring around Europe and making worship videos on iPhones. Formed in 2004, they’ve been writing and crafting songs that break the mould of Christian worship music.

They’ve been quoted as saying, “we released our debut album… and it is good!” Fortunately, they’re right and while Bangor to Belfast isn’t the longest or most exotic journey they’ve made this year, we’re proud to have them leading us in Mainstage worship at SM10.


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Ryan Griffith Born in Carrickfergus, Ryan has been leading worship in the local Elim for 8 years. Through his link with Elim, he became one of the main worship leaders at the large UK even, The Gathering. Ryan’s album is available in local stores, such as Faith Mission and Living Oasis.

Since then there has been more travel, conferences, festivals and numerous appearances on Soul Survivor’s live albums, as well as ‘Daylight Breaks Through’ - an EP released under Survivor’s Emerge label back in 2007. Eventually Ben became Worship Director at Soul Survivor and joins us for the first time at Mainstage Worship 2010.

He lead worship at SM09 and we’re excited to have him back again this year to lead us in worship and to sing his songs that help the Church to worship and exalt Jesus.


Ben Cantelon Running After You - the stunning record from Ben Cantelon Available now from Survivor Records.


Oi NOOO! Oi NOOOO NOT THIS YEAR....

You can only enter the Kings’ Hall through the two connecting tunnels that join the Nugent Hall (Exhibitor Hall) and the Kings’ Hall. Get it!!!

NUGENT HALL KING’S HALL


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Important Notes 1.

If you’ve lost property during the event then please report it to the Comms Office (see site plan).

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St. John Ambulance is located in the Dale Farm Building (see site plan).

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SM site access policy: While we will discourage those campers who appear to be under 18 from leaving the site unaccompanied we do not guarantee a lock-up camp! If you provide some written permission for your younger group members this will at least help avoid misunderstandings with our staff at the entrance gates.


Rend Collective Experiment ‘Organic Family Hymnal’ out now at rendcollectiveexperiment.com Welcome to the family!


Café Action Café Action Dare To Go… Dare To Go… Get out of your living room Get into your neighbourhood Get out of your living room Get into your world! Get into your neighbourhood

The history of mankind is rich with stories of people Get into your world! willing to be agents of change in their world. The history of mankind is rich with stories of people The Godtoofbethe Bible of invites us in to their join the ranks of willing agents change world. servants like Joshua, Moses, Joseph, Esther, Deborah Paul. Allinvites were committed to being The God and of the Bible us to join the ranks of catalysts their time,Moses, not looking to make history servants in like Joshua, Joseph, Esther, but passionate about create a better future; Deborah and Paul. Allhelping were committed to being to see God’s Kingdom and Histowill done on catalysts in their time,come not looking make history earth as it is in heaven. but passionate about helping create a better future;

What’s On? What’s On? Friday

10:00 - Midnight - Best of Belfast Presenting Billy Fyffe and Richard Friday Mitchell, this is where it’sofat if 10:00 - Midnight - Best Belfast you want toBilly hearFyffe some of Richard the Presenting and hottest local Mitchell,acts thison is the where it’smusic at if scene. you want to hear some of the

hottest acts on the local music Saturday scene. 9:00am – Free leaders breakfast Part I Come & be equipped and resourced to inspire Saturday your young people. 9:00am – Free leaders breakfast Part I

Come & be equipped and resourced to inspire 12:30pm - 6:30pm your young people. – Fairtrade café Coffee,campaigning, open mic, FIFA tournament 12:30pm - 6:30pm – Fairtrade café 10:00pm – Midnight -open Laura S tevenson, Coffee,campaigning, mic, FIFA tournament a talented local singer songwriter, is here to play 10:00pm – Midnight - Laura S tevenson, 11:00pm Midnight Saturday night Takeaway a talented–local singer-songwriter, is here to play A night of fun; we have got pub quizzes, challenges a huge- Karaoke 11:00pm –and Midnight Saturday night Takeaway

to see God’s Kingdom come and His will done on That continued over the last two earthpassion as it is has in heaven. thousand years, running through the veins of others A night of fun; we have got pub quizzes, like David Wilkerson and Jackie ThatWilliam passionWilberforce, has continued over the last two challenges and a huge Karaoke Pullinger. Sunday thousand years, running through the veins of others like William Wilberforce, David Wilkerson and Jackie 12:30pm - 6:30pm – As above This year, Tearfund and Urban Saints have joined 10:00pm Pullinger. Sunday - Midnight -– Maguire and I together so that a generation can know the joy of 12:30pm - 6:30pm – As above following withand His Urban mission as their passion. This year,Jesus, Tearfund Saints have joined 10:00pm - Midnight -– Maguire and I Monday We want to something about it.know Comethe to joy ‘Café together so do that a generation can of 9am – Free leaders breakfast Part II Action’ to Jesus, find out howHis you can take extraordinary following with mission as their passion. 12:30pm action to make differenceabout both it. in your We want to do a something Come to ‘Café Monday - 6:30pm – As above 10:00pm - Midnight -– CaptainPart Cameron neighbourhood andhow in the Action’ to find out youworld. can take extraordinary 9am – Free leaders breakfast II Our usual Fairtrade coffee, treats, action to make a difference both inrelaxing your 12:30pm - 6:30pm – As above atmosphere, decent toilets and friendly volunteers neighbourhood and in the world. 10:00pm - Midnight -– Captain Cameron await you! Fairtrade coffee, treats, relaxing Our usual atmosphere, decent toilets and friendly volunteers await you!


27th –29th Ju ly 2010 Grosvenor G rammar Scho ol, Belfast

Spor t 365 is a 3 day ca mp where young people non residential spor ts will be trained in either ag fo this young people will have otball, hockey or tennis by highly qualified co ed between 12-17 ache an opportunity to explore questions about faith in Jes. In addition to Christ says in his word H sus Christ. ever” - his love, compassio e is “the same yesterday, today and forthe year. We believe Chr n, grace and mercy are new 365 days of would use it for him 365.ist gives the gift of spor t and desires we Price? All this for £15. If you would like to know venue ‘Café Action’ in the more please come and talk to us in our Nugent hall www.urbansaints.org/ireland

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TOTAL RECALL £10

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Smart1/ Exodus

With two venues in one, this year in the Balmoral Hall looks set to one of the most exciting to date! On one side we have ‘Freedom’, the high energy home of our diverse workshops and evening band programme. This is beautifully complimented with ‘Deep’, a chilled out coffee shop with hot food, live sport on the big screen and some of the best local acoustic talent on show.

Artists playing at SMart 1 Freedom - More than Conquerors - Six Star Hotel - [DWEEB] - 4 Kornerz - Blue Tree - Rend Collective Experiment - Paul Colman (See artist profiles page 60)

Artists playing at SMart 1 Deep - Nathan Jess - Craig McConnell - Paul Shevlin - Tom McConnell - Gentry Morris - Adam Baker (See artist profiles page 60)

UNSIGNED 5.30pm - 6.30pm

Workshops in SMart1 Freedom

An exciting contest designed to encourage local talent and help groups glorify God through their music. Up and coming Christian bands have chance to play their music to a wider audience and win a gig in Exodus along with £400 worth of kit from the newly opened Music Matters shop in Belfast. This is the fourth year of the contest and former winners include Red like Crimson, Mannequin Republic and More than Conquerors. Line Up: The Secret Room, The 1930’s, Head Shot City, Jude Larmour , The Emerald Armada, A Devine Sentence + Two Wild card entries to be confirmed. 8 Bands, 3 Days, 1 Winner.

Dare to be Creative: Learn to express your creative skills in a range of art forms and impact the kingdom.

in association with

Saturday 2:30pm - 3:30pm Sharing your Faith in Sport Christians in Sport 4:00pm - 5:00pm Afro Funk 4Kornerz Sunday 2:30pm - 3:30pm Photography PT1 Tim Doak 4:00pm - 5:00pm Photography PT2 Tim Doak Monday 2:30pm - 3:30pm ‘Dare to be Known’ Open Door 4:00pm - 5:00pm Beat Box and Free Styling Pais


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FRIDAY PROGRAMME

7:30pm – 9:30pm King’s Hall Mainstage Worship 10:00pm – midnight SMart 1 Freedom [dweeb] & Six Star Hotel

10:00pm – midnight Tearfund / Urban Saints Best of Belfast – Billy Fyffe & Richard Mitchell 10:00pm – midnight Christian Aid World Cup Quarter Final on Big Screen 10:00pm – midnight YWAM 1 Games area open, open mic, chill out 10:00pm – midnight YWAM 2 Open for Activities 10:00pm – midnight Octagon Reggie Dabbs & Nathan Jess 10:00pm – midnight CIYD/Youthlink | Connect Paul Ireland and Jordan Popowicz / Louise and Laura Stevenson

10:00pm – midnight SMart 1 Deep Café


Ryan Griffith Ryan’s debut album, ‘Refuge’ available now!


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Prayer Team?

Just everyday guys, teens to third-agers, combining shocking yellow t-shirts with a strong belief in God’s desire to do business with you at Madness this year: you’ll see them all around the place, but a favoured location is in pairs in front of Mainstage at the end of an evening, chewing a mint, & waiting – why?

Steve McCartney PT Leader

One of the many ways God ministers at Madness is through the Prayer Team (PT) guys: you’ll see ‘PT 10’ on our badges & yellow t-shirts. We believe that God blesses all who call on Him, and we also realise that sometimes there’s a need for prayer about something that God has brought to your mind, with someone who will pray and seek God’s guidance with you: those ‘someones’ make up PT 10. Spiritual superheroes with everything sorted we are not – we are simply open to being used by God in prayer for His glory and for your benefit. After all, God is not in the business of harm, but of help; not of blame, but of blessing. So, why not take a step of reconciliation between yourself and God?

PT 10 will be at the front after every Mainstage Worship session. We will also be available at the 24/5 prayer venue during the afternoons. We can be recognised by our ID badges & wonderful yellow t-shirts - accept no substitutes. We will not pressure you, preach at you, or do weird stuff: your first name & what you want prayer for is all we ask. We keep confidences (then later forget), unless criminal or abuse issues, suspected or actual, are raised: SM will pass details on to the relevant statutory authorities.


KidzStuff

11:00am -1:00pm daily.


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SATURDAY PROGRAMME

8:30am (Seminar) CIYD/Youthlink | Connect EARLIER with Jools Julian Hamilton 9:00am – 10:00am Tearfund / Urban Saints Free Leaders breakfast 9:30am (Seminar) CIYD/Youthlink | Connect Lectio Divina Benedictine Monks

12:00pm – 6:00pm Tearfund / Urban Saints Fairtrade Café - coffee, campaigning, open mic, FIFA tournament 12:30pm – 5:00pm SMart1 Deep Café & Live Acoustic Music: Nathan Jess @ 1:00pm Craig McConnell @ 3:30pm

9:30am (Seminar) Abercorn Lost For Words... Rev Craig Cooney 9:30am (Seminar) Sale Ring School Days - make them the best days of your life! Rick Hill 11:00am – 12:30pm King’s Hall Mainstage Worship 11:00am – 1:00pm Kidzstuff Kidzstuff

2:30pm – 3:30pm SMart 1 Freedom Sharing your Faith in Sport Christians in Sport 2:30pm- 3:30pm Christian Aid Debate: Is it wrong for Christians to play violent computer games? 2:30pm – 3:30pm YWAM Donking - Dance workshop 2:30pm – 3:30pm YWAM Sports Hall Basketball tournament

1:00pm -2:00pm Christian Aid Live Music 1:00pm (Seminar) Octagon Making Your Mark: Schools Follow Up Rick Hill 1:00pm (Seminar) CIYD/Youthlink | Connect Drawing Across The Divide? Stephen Dallas

2:30pm (Seminar) Octagon Men Madness - MenApplause! Jasper Rutherford 2:30pm (Seminar) Abercorn Making the most of University life - Krish Kandiah 2:30pm (Seminar) CIYD/Youthlink | Connect Make mine a mission Jason Gardner


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4:00pm-5:00pm YWAM 1 The Yak Shak hour 4:00pm (Seminar) Sale Ring Faith in a Catholic world Niall McNally, Rob Clarke & Laura Whinnery. 5:00pm – 6:30pm Christian Aid Summer Madness’ Got Talent – Heats 5:15pm – 6:30pm SMart 1 Deep “UNSIGNED” Semi Final 1

4:00pm – 5:00pm Christian Aid Psalm Drummers - Teatime Jam 4:00pm – 5:00pm YWAM Sports Hall Basketball tournament 4:00pm (Seminar) Octagon The Gospel is bigger than you think - Krish Kandiah 4:00pm (Seminar) Abercorn Is God still in the healing business? Alan Scott 4:00pm (Seminar) CIYD/Youthlink | Connect The Story of the Benedictine Monastery, Rostrevor Benedictine Monks

10:00pm – midnight SMart 1 Freedom More Than Conquerors & 4 Kornerz

6:30pm (Seminar) Octagon This house believes that it’s always wrong for a Christian to date a non-Christian Revs Pat Storey & Andrew Forster vs. Simon Henry & Laura Kenwell. 6:30pm – 7:30pm Abercorn Prayer Team 6:30pm (Seminar) Sale Ring Does the Bible ever get it wrong? Krish Kandiah, Bishop Fanta Clarke & Dr Brendan McCarthy 7:30pm – 9:00pm King’s Hall Mainstage Worship

10:00pm – midnight SMart 1 Deep Juice Bar 10:00pm – midnight Tearfund / Urban Saints Laura Stevenson & Saturday Night Takeaway 10:00pm – midnight Christian Aid World Cup Quarter Final on Big Screen 10:00pm – midnight YWAM 1 Fusion Club night 10:00pm – midnight YWAM Sports Hall Open for Activities 10:00pm – midnight Octagon Paul Colman 10:00pm – midnight CIYD/Youthlink | Connect Leah McConnell & Tom McConnell


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Notes.

Why not share your story? For more info, chat to the Exodus Team at SMart 1.


For more information on how you can support Summer Madness Tel. 028 90673379 or Email: office@summermadness.co.uk

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Subcamps SM 2010 Welcome to the heart of the madness! Hope you’re settling in well and making yourself at home... If you’re staying on-site for all or part of the weekend please enjoy living at the hub of the entire festival. The Subcamps will become your second home this weekend. They provide a place for you to eat, sleep (I hope!), socialise with old friends and new and generally chill out. All-in-all they’re an exciting place to be. While you’re getting yourselves sorted out, keep an eye out for a few friendly faces kicking about the Subcamps in the form of your Subcamp leaders (or if the faces aren’t enough, look out for the hi-vis vests). We’re the guys who will stand with you and help you find that ‘perfect’ spot to put your tent. We might equally give you a hand pitching it, because let’s face it, most of

the time we borrow the tents from someone else, forget the poles/pegs and don’t have a notion, right! We’d love to be the people you holler over to as you enter and leave the Subcamp. Let us know what you’re up to, stop by for a cuppa and give us some of your chat! Equally give us a shout if you’ve got any questions about what’s happening in the programme. We may not always know but we’ll certainly find out . Don’t let our new fuzzy, friendly exterior fool you though, Ha! You will still find the old leaders you know and love who STILL need you to get to bed at a reasonable time! I’m sorry, but it’s only fair to the good people who live in and around the King’s Hall, especially the ones who are still getting up each day for work.

You’ll find us at the entrance to each Subcamp and as well as being here for a bit of craic, on a more serious note we’re here to look out for your safety and security while you’re on-site. So if anyone’s hurt, you’re lost, there’s anything you need or are worried about please come straight over and we’ll see what we can do to help. We’re looking forward to meeting you! Keep an eye out as there should be some lovely, exciting things going on in and around the subcamps this year...Watch this space. Love from your friendly, neighbourhood Subcamp Leaders.


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Revelations 

Wake up before your dead! Four nights, four visions, four words, for a generation that needs to hear afresh the prophetic voice of Jesus, recapture an undivided love for Jesus, and live a radical life for Jesus.  Revelations is a place to come of age, to stand up and then be knocked over by the intensity with which Jesus wants you to follow after Him. It’s time for a new generation to get connected with the faith they say they proclaim, shake off the dust of religious apathy, wipe away the stain of cultural accommodation, and live the only life that really matters…  

Friday 7:45pm - 9:45pm Octagon A Faith Forgotten Alan Scott with Rend Collective Experiment 10:00pm - midnight Octagon Late Night Reggie Dabbs & Nathan Jess Saturday 9:30am Abercorn Lost for Words Rev. Craig Cooney 9:30am Octagon The Hurt Locker Reggie Dabbs 1:00pm Octagon Making Your Mark: Schools follow-up Rick Hill 2:30pm Abercorn Making the most of University Life Krish Kandiah 2:30pm Octagon Men Madness: MenApplause! Jasper Rutherford

4:00pm Abercorn Is God still in the Healing business? Alan Scott

2:30pm Octagon Men Madness: Boy Racer or Back-seat Driver? Jasper Rutherford

2:30pm Abercorn Does Science threaten belief in God? Dr. Robert Keay

4:00pm Octagon The Gospel is bigger than you Think Krish Kandiah

4:00pm Abercorn Vampire Love Jason & Rachel Gardner

2:30pm Octagon Men Madness: Wink wink! Jasper Rutherford

6:30pm Octagon Debate Rev. Pat Storey & Andrew Forster vs. Simon Henry & Laura Kenwell 7:45pm - 9:45pm Octagon A Bed Defiled Krish Kandiah with Nathan Jess 10:00pm - midnight Octagon Late Night Joe Fisher & Maguire and I Sunday 9:30am Abercorn “School” of Prayer Brian Heasley 2:30pm Abercorn Dealing with Disappointment Bishop Fanta Clarke

4:00pm Octagon Chief Among Constables Chief Constable Matt Baggott

4:00pm Abercorn Encountering Islam Roger McKay

6:30pm Octagon Hearing God for yourself Alan Scott

4:00pm Octagon Bully for You… Kellie Turtle

7:45pm - 9:45pm Octagon A Mask Falling Krish Kandiah with Andi Oakes

6:30pm Octagon The Troubles will never be over until…” Political Panel

10:00pm - midnight Octagon Late Night Paul Colman & Gareth Dunlop

7:45pm-9:45pm Octagon A Heart Reignited Alan Scott with Rend Collective Experiment

Monday

10:00pm-midnight Octagon Late Night Steve Price & Brian Houston

9:30am Abercorn Faith 101 Rev. Craig Cooney 1:00pm Abercorn Gap Yah Gaffs Panel


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Rehab Artists

Brian Houston Born on the east side of Belfast and growing up in the seventies, Brian Houston’s musical influences range from old time gospel tunes to late-night paternal indoctrination through bootlegged Hank Williams reel-to-reels. Bob Harris has been quick to pick up on Brian’s illusive catalogue of pathos and melodic dexterity, referring to him after a recent gig as “the very, very excellent Brian Houston”. After countless tours in the UK, Europe and the USA, Brian is a highly sought after and seasoned veteran of the touring circuit. With a wellestablished fanbase both at home and abroad, we’re honoured to have Brian play at ReHab this year. Nathan Jess Nathan’s captivating performances and his well considered and gripping songwriting are causing many to sit up and listen. From an early age, finding the old forgotten guitar underneath his parent’s bed unknowingly gave birth to an intense desire to connect with this beautiful sounding piece of wood. A number of years on and Nathan continues to pursue his longing to be a relevant songwriter and worship leader of this generation. The first fruits of that come in the form of his debut album ‘O Rescued Ones’.

Gareth Dunlop Gareth was born and raised in East Belfast, on a healthy diet of Bob Dylan and Led Zeppelin. He started playing music on a one-stringed guitar, before finally convincing his dad to buy him another with the full compliment of strings for his 14th birthday. His eclectic vibe is a result of being in and out of many bands, playing many varied styles of music, and having extensive experience from years of gigging around NI and further abroad. Gareth joins the ReHab lineup for 2010, with his full band on Sunday evening.

Maguire and I John Maguire was an old man who lived just down the road from where I grew up. Everyone knew him as Maguire. He was the kind of old man who carved stuff out of wood and ate wild berries that he would pluck from the hedgerows. But who are these young minstrels trying to fool? Maguire & I aren’t old and they don’t like wild berries. They do however play delectable tunes, gracing the stage with an alternative country air, hand in hand with a timeless charm that even old man Maguire would be proud of.

Joe Fisher Born as one of ten children in a northern England family, Joe quickly developed a knack for being quick, witty and slightly loud! Over the course of his youthful days, his talents soon moved out beyond the family homestead, and after a string of appearances on TV Ads, comedy performances at the Royal Albert Hall and hosting massive concerts for BBC Children in Need, 2004 gave Joe the opportunity to host the Olympic Parade in Trafalgar Square, which saw him working for a full hour unscripted with a crowd of over 30,000 people . Since then Joe has gone on to tour extensively as a stand up comedian, present on TV for JML and host more huge events for Sport relief, Tour De France and the BBC.

Steve Price Steve Price is a professional magician and associate of the Inner Magic Circle. A full-time illusionist, he describes himself as ‘professionally crazy’ and uses a blend of magic, comedy and mayhem to amaze and entertain audiences, both on stage and with his mesmerising close-up performances.


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SUNDAY PROGRAMME

8:30am CIYD/Youthlink | Connect EARLIER with Jools Julian Hamilton 9:00am – 10:00am YWAM 1 Chanting the Psalms 9:30am SMart 1 Freedom Make your own TOTU 9:30am (Seminar) Abercorn ‘School’ of Prayer Brian Heasley

11:00am – 1:00pm Kidzstuff Kidzstuff 12:00pm – 4:00pm Tearfund / Urban Saints Fairtrade Café - coffee, campaigning, open mic, FIFA tournament 1:00pm – 5:30pm SMart 1 Deep Café & Live Acoustic Music: Tom McConnell @ 1:00pm Paul Shevlin @ 3:30pm

9:30am (Seminar) CIYD/Youthlink | Connect Prayer 24-7 style A chance for leaders and over 18’s to be creative with prayer with the 24-7 team. 11:00am – 12:30pm King’s Hall Mainstage Worship

2:30pm – 3:30pm Christian Aid Debate: Do “peace lines” bring peace or fuel conflict? 2:30pm – 3:30pm YWAM 1 Donking Rongavilla - Dance workshop 2:30pm – 3:30pm YWAM 2 Basketball tournament 2:30pm (Seminar) Octagon Men Madness - Boy Racer or Back Seat Driver? Jasper Rutherford 2:30pm (Seminar) Abercorn Dealing with disappointment Bishop Fanta Clarke

1:00pm – 2:00pm Christian Aid Live Music - Montezuma Jack 1:00pm – 2:00pm CIYD/Youthlink | Connect Quiet Space 24-7 Prayer 2:30pm – 3:30pm SMart 1 Freedom Workshop: Photography Part 1

2:30pm (Seminar) CIYD/Youthlink | Connect Trust or Combust Bishop Alan Abernethy 2:30pm (Seminar) Sale Ring Soul Sister - The Unhindered Sister Rachel Gardner


35 4:00pm – 5:00pm SMart 1 Freedom Workshop: Photography Part 2 Tim Doak 4:00pm – 5:00pm Christian Aid Psalm Drummers - Teatime Jam 4:00pm – 5:00pm YWAM 1 What is happening to the Rostrevor Christian Renewal Centre? 30 minute presentation. Open mic. 4:00pm – 5:00pm YWAM 2 Basketball tournament 4:00pm – 5:00pm King’s Hall Chanting the Psalms 4:00pm (Seminar) Octagon Chief among Constables Chief Constable Matt Baggott

4:00pm (Seminar) CIYD/Youthlink | Connect Sofa session Christian Aid, Youth Link, CMSI & Tear Fund

10:00pm - midnight SMart 1 Deep Juice Bar

4:00pm (Seminar) Sale Ring Bringing your faith into play Rachel Young, Brian Houston and Michael Halliday 5:00pm - 6:00pm Tearfund/Urban Saints Fairtrade cafe - coffee, campaigning and open mic 5:00pm - 6:30pm Summer Madness’ Got Talent – Heats 6:30pm (Seminar) Octagon Hearing God for yourself Alan Scott 6:30pm (Seminar) Sale Ring Y not... Krish Kandiah, Bishop Ken Clarke, Brendan McCarthy

10:00pm - midnight Tearfund/Urban Saints Maguire and I 10:00pm - midnight Christian Aid 90s Disco Night 10:00pm - midnight YWAM 1 Open Mic 10:00pm - midnight Octagon Paul Colman & Gareth Dunlop

7:30pm - 9:30pm King’s Hall Mainstage Worship

4:00pm (Seminar) Abercorn Vampire Love Jason and Rachel Gardner 4:00pm - 5:00pm YWAM 1 The Yak Shak hour

10:00pm - midnight SMart 1 Freedom Rend Collective Experiment & Blue Tree

10:00pm - 11:00pm CIYD/Youthlink | Connect Mark Wells 11:00pm - midnight CIYD/Youthlink | Connect David Bell


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CONNECT VENUE sshhhhhh! EACH NIGHT 8PM-10PM

Jump Celebration of the JUMP Programme 2009/2010. Join us for food and chat as we celebrate the achievements of the JUMP Programme this year. The JUMP Programme is the Church of Ireland Youth Department’s Year Out Programme, working with young adults aged 18 – 30 and parishes right across the island of Ireland.

Do you need a quiet space to read, think, or pray? Come and be still among tranquillity of a quiet space, meet God, be refreshed and re-energized for your onward journey.

‘Teach us to pray’ 9:30am - 10:30am 24/7 prayer team

Do you struggle to pray? Do you struggle to teach others to pray? Hear how prayer can be simply woven into your day. Learn the rhythm of prayer. Enjoy the beauty of this simple discipline.

12:00am - 14:30pm in partnership with 24/7 prayer team ‘Withdraw yourself from the crowd’

SUNDAY 5:00pm-6:00pm

Come and explore what it’s like as an intern with the JUMP Programme, hear the stories and share in the laughter.

In the heart of MADNESS sits a quiet space created for you. Enjoy the tranquillity, sit among simplicity and draw near to God. May this space created for you by the 24/7 prayer team, refresh your soul as you re-embrace your relationship with God.


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Artists FRIDAY NIGHT 10:00pm - 11:00pm PAUL IRELAND + JORDAN POPOWICZ Belfast boy Paul Ireland and Canadian singer/ songwriter Jordan Popowicz join us for a transatlantic mix in the Connect venue.

SATURDAY 10:00pm - 11:00pm LEAH MCCONNELL Local artist Leah McConnell, who performs regularly among many venues across the city, brings her brilliant voice and abilities to the stage. Simply enjoyable!

11:00pm - MIDNIGHT 11:00pm - MIDNIGHT TOM MCCONNELL LOUISE + LAURA STEVENSON Back by popular demand, Laura & Louise Stevenson make a welcome return to Madness. Enjoy great vocals and musical talent as these two talented songsmiths play out your talented Friday night.

County Down boy Tom McConnell, brings his fresh, young sounds for your listening pleasure.

SUNDAY 10:00pm - 11:00pm MARK WELLS Moira-based Mark Wells takes to the stage. Enjoy the energy and sounds of this emerging artist.

11:00pm - MIDNIGHT DAVID BELL More homegrown talent with David Bell. Kick back, relax and soak up the dulcet tones of this young songwriter.

MONDAY 10:00pm - MIDNIGHT IRISH BOYS – BRENDAN/CIARAN ‘Just for the craic’ Great talent brought to you from Ciaran and Brendan – known as the ‘Irish Boys’. Ciaran and Brendan will ‘rock the house’ with a twist on traditional irish music. A little something extra… Get the chance to see the great young talent as Irish Dancers join us for the evening. A great experience for you to share….


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Who Shares Wins

One of the best things we ever did at StreetReach all those years ago was to offer a free jumble sale. People came in looking to buy clothes and found that we were either giving them away or asking for very little.

So here is the challenge to you – will you dare to share some of your clothes this year? When we say share we actually mean give away. Dig through your bag right now and bring something clean to the collection point at Mainstage worship. This can be part of your worship. There will be ‘StreetReach’ (or similar) in Belfast, Londonderry, Portadown and Ballymena, able to bless other people because of your simple act of generosity. Come on, share it!

Why not share your story? For more info, chat to the Exodus Team at SMart 1.


Careers Conference 10th November 2010 Whitla Hall at Queens University Belfast

9:30am to 2pm

Exhibitions & Seminars Career - Work - Training Gap Year - Direction - Purpose Integrating Life, Work & Faith Getting to grips with your life-goals The Right Move will be a vocations conference for those in secondary education, wanting to learn more about how to connect the big issues of Life, Work and Faith. The event will have speakers and panelists from all walks of life as they share their story and experience.

For further Information contact Lindsay on 02890292266 or email info@mapmission.org

For further Information contact Lindsay on 02890292266 or email


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MONDAY PROGRAMME

8:30am CIYD/Youthlink | Connect EARLIER with jools Julian Hamilton 9:00am – 10:00am Tearfund / Urban Saints Free Leaders breakfast 9:00am – 10:00am YWAM 1 Chanting the Psalms 9:30am CIYD/Youthlink | Connect Prayer Taize Style Brendan Dowd & Father Ciaran Dallat 9:30am SMart 1 Freedom Make your own TOTU

11:00am – 12:30pm King’s hall Mainstage Worship 11:00am – 1:00pm Kidzstuff Kidzstuff 12:00pm – 4:00pm Tearfund / Urban Saints Fairtrade Café - coffee, campaigning, open mic, FIFA tournament 1:00pm – 2:00pm Christian Aid Live Music - Cielo Rojo 1:00pm Abercorn Panel

9:30am (Seminar) Sale Ring Vocation, Vocation, Vocation Peter Lynas

1:00pm SMart 1 Deep Café & Live Acoustic Music: Gentry Morris @ 1:00pm Adam Baker @ 1:30pm Paul Colman @ 3:30pm 2:30pm - 3:30pm SMart 1 Freedom “Workshop - Open Door” 2:30pm - 3:30pm Christian Aid Debate: Should our soldiers be in Afghanistan? 2:30pm - 3:30pm YWAM 1 Donking Rongavilla - Dance workshop 2:30pm (Seminar) Octagon Men Madness - Wink wink! Jasper Rutherford 2:30pm (Seminar) Abercorn Does Science threaten belief in God? Dr Robert Keay

9:30am (Seminar) Abercorn Faith 101 Rev Craig Cooney 1:00pm CIYD/Youthlink | Connect Drawing The Volunteers? Stephen Dallas


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4:00pm (Seminar) CIYD/Youthlink | Connect Open House Personalities from GAA, soccer, rugby & cricket

10:00pm - midnight Tearfund/Urban Saints Open Mic Final and Captain Cameron

4:00pm (Seminar) Sale Ring Prayer and Mission Brian Heasley

10:00pm - midnight Christian Aid The Big Quiz

5:00pm - 6:30pm Summer Madness’ Got Talent - Heats

4:00pm - 5:00pm YWAM 1 The Yak Shak hour

5:30pm - 6:30pm SMart 1 Freedom UNSIGNED Final

4:00pm - 5:00pm Balmoral Dare to be Creative: Beatbox and Freestyle Pais

6:30pm (Seminar) Octagon The troubles will never be over until... Political Panel

4:00pm - 5:00pm Christian Aid Psalm Drummers - Teatime Jam

7:30pm - 9:30pm King’s Hall Mainstage Worship

4:00pm (Seminar) Octagon Bully for You... Kellie Turtle 4:00pm (Seminar) Abercorn Encountering Islam Roger McKay (Frontiers Ireland)

10:00pm - midnight YWAM 1 L’Angelus 10:00pm - midnight King’s Hall Monday Night Madness 10:00pm - midnight Octagon Steve Price & Brian Houston

10:00pm - midnight SMart 1 Deep Paul Colman Live Set

10:00pm - midnight CIYD/Youthlink | Connect Irish Boys


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Why not share your story? For more info, chat to the Exodus Team at SMart 1.


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TUESDAY PROGRAMME

10:00am – 11:30am King’s Hall Mainstage Worship

Why not share your story? For more info, chat to the Exodus Team at SMart 1.


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Child Protection

I R E L A N D’S P R E M I E R C HRIS TIAN FES TIVAL


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ENTRANCE


4 Guest Hospitality

King’s Hall WORSHIP 2 Conference Centre REHAB 3 Sale Ring Seminars

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Nugent Hall EXHIBITIONS BOOKSTALL KIDZ STUFF TEAR FUND & URBAN SAINTS C

Cooking Point

10 Harberton Hall YOUTH LINK & CIYD

9 Harberton Hall 24-5 PRAYER

8 Balmoral Hall SMART 1

CAGE FOOTBALL & LAZER QUEST

13 Alexander Halls YWAM SPORTS HALL 14 Alexander Halls YWAM YAK SHAK 15 C. Hurst ACTIVITIES

11 Alexander Halls CHRISTIAN AID


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SEMINARS SATURDAY

8:30am

CIYD/Youthlink | Connect EARLIER with Jools Julian Hamilton Jools Hamilton, Methodist & Presbyterian chaplain to TCD is leading our early morning Bible studies this year. With the usual banter, humour, wisdom, insight and height restriction, Jools will tackle the whole book of Jonah. Come along, be provoked & inspired, get some free coffee & toast, and walk into the rest of the day with a smile.

9:30am

Octagon The Hurt Locker Reggie Dabbs When the going gets tough - and there’s nobody to turn to? Where do you look for signs of God’s involvement in the pain of your situation?

9:30am

CIYD/Youthlink | Connect Lectio Divina Benedictine Monks Lectio Divina - ‘spiritual reading of the Bible’. Benedictines lead us in this practice which uses the Bible as a guide for every action of every day.

9:30am

Abercorn Lost For Words... Rev Craig Cooney

How to talk about your faith without embarassing God. When it comes to speaking to friends or strangers about spiritual things it’s easy to get tongue tied or timid. Craig looks at how Jesus interacted with those around Him and draws out some really helpful pointers. This will present a practical opportunity for you to reflect on and consider how to frame your own faith journey....

9:30am

Sale Ring School Days - make them the best days of your life!! Rick Hill You have 168 hours each week. 56 of these are spent sleeping, 11 of these are spent eating, leaving you 101 hours. And out of that number, you will spend around 40 hours at school. That’s almost half of your waking week!! Come and discover how you can make these hours count. Hear real life stories and practical tips on making your mark in your school.

1:00pm

Octagon Making Your Mark: Schools Follow Up Rick Hill A chance to get some small group coaching from Rick as he encourages you to fulfil your leadership potential at school. This session is aimed at SU Committee Members, 6th formers, or senior pupils who take a lead within their Christian group in school.

1:00pm

CIYD/Youthlink | Connect Drawing Across The Divide? Stephen Dallas Community Relations Animation - Is it possible to transcend the allegiances we have built in Northern Ireland? Come see a short animation that churches, youth groups and a range of other groups could use to look at this issue.

2:30pm

Octagon Men Madness - MenApplause! Jasper Rutherford We may not have the same hormonal patterns as girls, but why do we seem to always get mixed up and pumped up when it comes to our ego and pride. Why is it that we love applause so much? This seminar looks at our pride, our ego, and why we think we need to always impress others - while looking at how God sees us.

2:30pm

Abercorn Making the most of University life Krish Kandiah Leaving school and heading out into a whole new world of University or work can involve lots of challenges. How do you prepare for those opportunities and friendships that might inspire or threaten your life of faith?


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4:00pm

band and learn how rhythms are fused together to create pulsating music! Singers, rappers, rhythm masters and anyone who wants to have a good time are all welcome!!

Throughout history God’s people have not been on a mission from God but rather on a mission with God. We’ll be exploring why part of God’s mission can be summed up as ‘kicking the darkness until it bleeds daylight’ and how there are no limits to what you can accomplish for God when you recognise the role he has for you.

Have we got the Gospel right? Discover what happens when we take on board the full extent of the good news and how it can transform not just your life but the whole world. With practical advice, mind stretching content and an inspirational heartbeat – don’t miss this seminar !

4:00pm

2:30pm

4:00pm

CIYD/Youthlink | Connect Make mine a mission Jason Gardner.

Balmoral Dare to be Creative: In the world of Sport Rachel Young Sports players have been made with real purpose - creative gifts given by God to use for Him and his glory. Come along and consider how you can use your creative abilities in the world of sport to live out Christ as you play for an Audience of One!

2:30pm

Sale Ring Soul Sister - The Priceless Sister Rachel Gardner There probably isn’t a single girl on the face of the planet who hasn’t felt a pang of jealousy at one time or another. And whether you are the kind of girl who bottles it up or blurts it out, feeling jealous of what others have or do is a sure way to being miserable. Jesus wants to free you from the green eyed monster so that you can believe that your worth is far above rubies and pearls and guess what – that’s true for everyone else too!

4:00pm

YWAM1 The Yak Shak hour

Octagon The Gospel is bigger than you think Krish Kandiah

Abercorn Is God still in the healing business? Alan Scott When was the last time that your Church went out onto the streets and offered to pray for the sick? Would you like to hear about how anyone might get involved in this ministry and what to expect!

4:00pm

CIYD/Youthlink | Connect The Story of the Benedictine Monastery, Rostrevor Benedictine Monks Calling or Cop out? Brothers will share how elements of monastic life complement each other and how they are not isolated from daily life but essential elements of living in the spirit of St. Benedict. The order has a strong devotion to peace and unity.

4:00pm

Balmoral Dare to be Creative: Afro Funk with Four Kornerz Join award-winning band Four Kornerz as they bring their unique flavours from West Africa with a good helping of soulful Funk! You’ll get to interact musically with the

Sale Ring Faith in a Catholic world Niall McNally, Rob Clarke & Laura Whinnery. What is it like to live out your faith in a Catholic context? Rob, Nial and Laura share some of their story of encountering Christ through the Catholic tradition - and how this relates to the Protestant experience.

6:30pm

Octagon This house believes that it’s always wrong for a Christian to date a non-Christian. Revs. Pat Storey & Andrew Forster vs. Simon Henry & Laura Kenwell. A question that almost every young adult in Church must answer - have your say here.

6:30pm

Sale Ring Does the Bible ever get it wrong? Krish Kandiah, Bishop Fanta Clarke & Dr Brendan McCarthy Frequently Avoided Questions about Biblical contradictions, ‘hard sayings’ and controversial doctrines. Come along and find some answers or raise some of your own issues!


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SEMINARS SUNDAY

8:30am

CIYD/Youthlink | Connect EARLIER with jools Julian Hamilton Jools Hamilton, Methodist & Presbyterian chaplain to TCD is leading our early morning Bible studies this year. With the usual banter, humour, wisdom, insight and height restriction, Jools will tackle the whole book of Jonah. Come along, be provoked & inspired, get some free coffee & toast, and walk into the rest of the day with a smile.

9:30am

Abercorn ‘School’ of Prayer Brian Heasley Starting a Prayer Movement in your school...Brian is one of the founders of the 24/7 Prayer movement and would love to share some of the stories of how this is impacting schools around the country.

9:30am

CIYD/Youthlink | Connect Prayer 24-7 style A chance for leaders and over 18’s to be creative with prayer with the 24-7 team.

9:30am

Balmoral Share your TOTU Want to know more about telling your own story in everyday life? Let the TOTU panel shed a little light on sharing your own faith story and making the most of talesoftheunexpected.org.

1:00pm

CIYD/Youthlink | Connect Quiet Space 24-7 Prayer A quiet space to think and pray over a cuppa.

2:30pm

Octagon Men Madness - Boy Racer or Back Seat Driver? Jasper Rutherford Do you think you have it all sorted and can handle anything? Or do you let others control where you go and what you do? Is your faith your own or is someone else driving it? God does not want us to go it alone, neither does he want us to depend on others all the time. This seminar is about making Jesus Number 1.

2:30pm

Abercorn Dealing with disappointment Bishop Fanta Clarke What happens when things don’t live up to your expectations even worse, you feel let down by God! Where do you go for answers and how to you cope with your feelings?

2:30pm

CIYD/Youthlink | Connect Trust or Combust Bishop Alan Abernethy Heaven or hell, Armageddon, the Four Horsemen, the Great Judgement...just what do you believe about the end of all things - including your own departure from this life?

2: 30pm

Balmoral Dare to be Creative:Photography Part 1 Tim Alexander We all have the capacity for artistic creativity. Join local photographer Timothy Alexander, as he explores photography’s role within church, faith and ministry. Part 1 - The role of photography in faith, how to get better composition…


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4:00pm

Every magazine tells us that when we get a boyfriend or that perfect look then we will have found ‘real happiness’, but this isn’t true. Guys are amazing and fashion is fun, but girls, there is SO much more to life. The space that God has created in you for love is there for Him to fill up. Expecting a guy or haircut to do that will create a neediness in you for boy approval that will hold you back. Being God’s daughter means that we can be free to be the beauties we are – unhindered and devoted to Him.

Reflecting on conflict and poverty. Resources will be available that can be used with young people to discuss these issues locally and globally.

Sale Ring Soul Sister - The Unhindered Sister Rachel Gardner

4:00pm

Octagon Chief among Constables Chief Constable Matt BaggottHot seat interview by Mark Simpson

CIYD/Youthlink | Connect Sofa session Christian Aid, Youth Link, CMSI & Tear Fund

4:00pm

Balmoral Dare to be Creative: Photography Part 2 Tim Alexander We all have the capacity for artistic creativity. Join local photographer Timothy Alexander, as he explores photography’s role within church, faith and ministry. Part 2- Will be a time where you look at the photos taken in the project, get tips and and advice on how to improve, and review your learning from Part 1 in practice. Bring your camera.

Chief Constable Matt Baggot will share something of his vision for the future of Policing in NI and what he thinks his faith brings to the task.

4:00pm

4:00pm

How can you demonstrate your faith on the field or through your music, hobby or passion? Rachel Young (Christians in Sport), Brian Houston, and Michael Halliday will share some of their experiences of being true to yourself and your faith - learning how to connect Sunday morning with Saturday afternoon!

Abercorn Vampire Love Jason and Rachel Gardner Just why are Vampires so popular all of a sudden? We’ll be exploring why we’ve been invaded by a plague of the blood sucking undead, with a particular focus on the hugely popular Twilight series. We’ll also be asking what our fascination with gorgeous monsters says about us and what we, as Christians, should be saying about our vampire love.

Sale Ring Bringing your faith into play Rachel Young, Brian Houston and Michael Halliday.

4:00pm

YWAM1 The Yak Shak hour

6:30pm

Octagon Hearing God for yourself Alan Scott If you want to find out more about God’s plan for your life where do you start?

6:30pm Sale Ring Y not...

An interactive seminar where participants get to ask the awkward/difficult questions...as to why they are not a Christian or why anyone would want to be!


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SEMINARS MONDAY

8:30am

9:30am

1:00pm

Jools Hamilton, Methodist & Presbyterian chaplain to TCD is leading our early morning Bible studies this year. With the usual banter, humour, wisdom, insight and height restriction jools will tackle the whole book of Jonah. Come along, be provoked & inspired, get some free coffee & toast, and walk into the rest of the day with a smile - just remember, it’s wasn’t a whale - it was a *@*%* big fish!

Peter Lynas will help us look at questions such as: “what am I called to do?”, “is there a right job” and “why do we work?”

Volunteering Animation - Is it possible to encourage volunteering across our society? Come see a short animation that churches, youth groups and a range of other groups could use to look at this issue.

CIYD/Youthlink | Connect EARLIER with jools Julian Hamilton

9:30am

CIYD/Youthlink | Connect Prayer Taize Style Brendan Dowd & Father Ciaran Dallat Taize is a Christian monastic order in France with about 100 brothers from the Protestant and Catholic traditions. This workshop will include the singing of Psalms and other music around the cross.

9:30am

Balmoral Make Your Own TOTU The technical team behind the TOTU videos and web resource talk through the ins and outs of how to communicate your story through various media.

Sale Ring Vocation, Vocation, Vocation Peter Lynas

9:30am

Abercorn Faith 101 Rev Craig Cooney 5 things they didn’t teach me in Sunday School about being a Christian.’Becoming a Christian only takes a moment but is the beginning of a lifetime journey of knowing and following Jesus. Craig, who became a Christian at Summer Madness 20 years ago, shares some of the ups and downs he has experienced along the way, as well as a few things he wishes he had been told 20 years ago.’

1:00pm

Abercorn Gap Yah Gaffs Dr David Shepherd chairs a panel of inveterate Gappers Learn from the recent experience of those just back from the front...Is a ‘Gap Year’ always a good thing? and how do you put it together and make it worthwhile, lots of craic and grow through it all - at the same time? Answers on a postcard please - from N.Z preferably.

CIYD/Youthlink | Connect Drawing The Volunteers? Stephen Dallas

2:30pm

Octagon Men Madness - Wink wink! Jasper Rutherford “It didn’t really hurt.” “It’s not that bad.” “I will get over it no probs.” Why do we as guys pretend things don’t hurt us? Whether its sexual relationships, family trouble, pornography, drugs, strained friendships or committing to God, why are we so quick to brush it under the carpet? God sees our cover ups and wants to deal with them. This seminar is about letting God deal with stuff we keep covering up. Easy - Wink wink!

2:30pm

Abercorn Does Science threaten belief in God? Dr Robert Keay Dr Robert Keay lectures at Belfast Bible College and has a keen interest in the relationship between faith and science. Should your view of creation determine the rest of your theology?


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CIYD/Youthlink | Connect StreetReach Celebrates Over 2000 people every year continue to do ‘StreetReach’ type projects in their own towns and estates.. Come and hear some fantastic stories of ‘God at work’ in the community and learn from the hard won experience of others...

2:30pm

Balmoral Dare to be Known: Persecuted Church Open Doors Everyday millions of Christians risk their freedom because they choose to follow Jesus. In North Korea alone, 400,000 Christians meet in secret underground churches to worship God. If caught, they face joining over 50,000 Christians already detained in labour camps. Experience what it’s like to meet and worship while fearing for your and your family’s personal safety in this simulation of an underground church.

2:30pm

Sale Ring Soul Sister - The Fearless Sister Rachel Gardner Ok, so you are old enough to know that life isn’t perfect, but it is still exciting to think about all the possibilities that lie ahead of you. Whether you see yourself in the future as a passionate politician or a cheesy cheer-leader, the point is that all of life is high on God’s radar. So whatever you do, do it for Him. With His Holy Spirit at work in your life, you have the power to blow people’s minds!

4:00pm

Octagon Bully for You... Kellie Turtle Over 20,000 young people phone ChildLine each year because they are being bullied. This seminar explores ways of standing up for those who live in fear and understanding the needs of bullies as well as their victims. ChildLine will share what we know about bullying through our work with young people as well as offering ideas and resources for use in your churches and youth groups.

4:00pm

Abercorn Encountering Islam Roger McKay (Frontiers Ireland) When you’re not the only one with a faith - how do you connect and reach out to those whose religious background and understanding is vastly different to your own? What shapes our views of Islam in particular and how do we share Christ without imposing cultural values and world views in the name of Christianity.

4:00pm

CIYD/Youthlink | Connect Open House Personalities from GAA (Mickey Harte, Tyrone manager), soccer, rugby & cricket A Question Of Sport? The challenge of living your faith in top class GAA, soccer and rugby and how sport may be used to build a shared future.

4:00pm

YWAM1 The Yak Shak hour

4:00pm

Balmoral Dare to be Creative: Beatbox and Freestyle Pais Human ‘beat-boxing’ is the art of performing as a full band, using only your mouth. Under the guidance of Harry Bruce, the participants will learn the basics and some neat tricks! Harry will also be accompanied by a local freestyler - passing on the skills needed to develop your ‘improrapping’ abilities. Hear how these talents can be used in relational ministry!

4:00pm

Sale Ring Mission Brian Heasley PRAYER is the other side of the MISSION coin and Brian helps us unpack the role that intercession plays in our pursuit of the Kingdom of God.

6:30pm

Octagon The troubles will never be over until... Lord Ian Paisley, Michelle Gildernew MP, Dr. Brendan McCarthy and Kellie Turtle. Essential political discussion and debate...


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Artist Profiles Six Star Hotel With the simultaneous achievement of, and aspiration for killer facial hair, Six Star Hotel return to the SMart 1 stage to deliver a show of proportions more exponentially epic than 200 words could ever

[DWEEB] The last time we heard from [dweeb] they were taking care not to smudge the ink on their freshly signed contracts with Fierce! Distribution. And then there was their album – It Came Form Outer Space. And all those great summer gigs. And that thing with the BBC. These days, [dweeb] are even more pumped about the future, with a whole set of plans getting cooked up for this summer. They’ll be taking their neon hyperglo and industrial sonic optimism out to all the major festivals, as well as plenty of the quirky, out of the way ones. That’s how [dweeb] roll – with plenty of energy and their own unique sense of direction. And that’s why all the cool kids love them. [dweeb] are singer/guitarist Tim Alford, bassist Matt Donald, drummer Dave Ashworth and the guitarist known only as The Bman. Through their years of touring they have taken an ark and filled it with a hefty load of fans.

allude to. However, shy of leaving the new reader at a loss, these guys can be coined with just one word. ROCK! More Than Conquerors More Than Conquerors formed in early 2009 comprised of Kris Platt, Danny Ball, Jamie Neish and Danny Morton. Emerging out of the trails of past bands, More Than Conquerors gathered to create music with a united purpose and a shared vision.  The dirty yet rhythmic guitars lead the innocent on-looker into a frenzy of intricate

ups and downs, while the mix of impactive beats and hard-hitting basslines make sure the audiences’ feet stay nailed to the ground. Amidst all the chaos, the melodic vocals hold on to the listener for dear life whilst all along pulling aggressively on their heart-strings, and maybe breaking a few in the process. The full outfit when worn creates a punchy sound to be reckoned with. With enthusiasm, energy and togetherness, More Than Conquerors take to each stage like it’s their last.. ‘The mighty More Than Conquerors, a young band with bags of talent. More Than Conquerors are great. Remarkably tight for such a young act and performing every single song as if it’s the last chance they’ll have to do so.’ -Rigsy (BBC)


61 Four Kornerz Every so often an iconic figure emerges – one that needs no deliberate branding or over-stated introductions. This notion is totally expressed in the unforgettable Four Kornerz experience. Since bursting onto the music scene

in 2004 (when the band got signed by UB1 Music management), Four Kornerz has established itself as one of the UK’s leading and brightest prospects for live music and entertainment. The core-band is made up of four sibling brothers: Deji , TJ, Vidal and Daniel who combined stunning vocals with a fresh approach to music production. The band’s ability to embrace a variety of musical sounds from Funk, R&B, Soul and Jazz to more traditional Nigerian rhythms from their homeland – has all contributed to what many see as a unique and refreshing approach to music delivery. This is their 4th year at Summer Madness and although their name is familiar on the bill, stage presence, energy and entertainment are not to be taken for granted that’s why 4 Kornerz have been the highlight performance each time they’ve played at Summer Madness.

Rend Collective Experiment What can you say about Rend Collective Experiment? Well, quite a lot, so it happens. There’s a lot of chat about this new worship group from Northern Ireland, and whenever you tune in to the buzz there are some pretty familiar words that keep on appearing: fresh, inspirational, mindblowingly-good.  Rend Collective Experiment defies expectations even from the start of the bio. Not so much a band, more a bunch of friends collectively wondering how to make sense of the conundrum of life, God and community in and around their native Bangor, Northern Ireland. And what a sound. Take the honesty of Elbow or The Flaming Lips, the surges of

Sigur Ros, and the creative power of Sufjan Stevens and you have some idea of the landscape. But it’s not the whole picture. What Rend Collective Experiment’s fifteen plus members add to the sound are lyrics that are both scriptural and contemporary, fresh and ancient. Theirs is a world viewed in widescreen, a faith with legs and a sound that refuses to sit still.

Blue Tree After taking America by storm, and becoming the biggest selling debut act in the US last year, Belfast band Bluetree are returning to Summer Madness. Bluetree’s debut album, ‘God Of This City’, topped the US Christian charts for four weeks last year – a remarkable achievement for a band that had never even set foot in America! That led to a six month tour of the States and Europe, and the first funds released in the Far East to projects supported by the band’s own charity, ‘Stand Out International’. They have just released a live project from their home church in Belfast featuring new material from the new studio album that is due later this year. The band has been voted “Break out Artist of the Year” and have received the “Song of the Year” prize in the prestigious 2009 Worship Leader Magazine Readers Choice awards in the USA. Also nominated as ‘Best New Artist’ in the GMA Dove Awards 2010, they are touring in the US, Canada and Europe throughout 2010. Paul Colman Paul Colman is a Grammy Nominated singer/songwriter/ entertainer. He has performed all over the world, written hit singles, garnered numerous awards and has sold hundreds of thousands of records. Paul still travels the globe


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Artist Profiles gripping songwriting are causing many to sit up and listen. Described as sounding like a young Iain Archer, his debut album ‘O Rescued Ones’ oozes much influence from such songwriters including many other local and far reaching artists.

singing and speaking and sharing his songs, thoughts and faith. He has released 15 recordings featuring his songs and for the three years (2005-8) was the guitarist for Aussie rockers, The Newsboys. Jan 2009 saw him release HISTORY: a collection of his best songs. Aside from HISTORY, you can purchase all of Paul’s music (solo and Trio) on itunes. Paul put on an amazing no frills show to close Smart1 last year and we are anticipating an amazing interactive show again this year. Nathan Jess Nathan’s captivating performances and his well considered and

Craig McConnell After playing in a number of bands over the years, Craig now finds himself enjoying the solitude

of an empty stage with nothing more than an acoustic guitar and a story. Capturing memories of growing up in songs such as Old Tree, or telling stories of life, love and faith as in And Then He Cried, Craig released his Debut EP, ‘For A Heart Gone Cold’ in July 2009. Paul Shevlin At just 17, Northern Irish singer songwriter Paul Shevlin is refreshingly modest about his achievements to date. A

number one single on ‘nichart.com’ at the turn of the year with ‘You Won’t Last The Night’, followed by an invite into the BBC to perform a live radio session, yes, it was a good start to 2010. Paul’s infectious piano pop is unashamedly rich in melody, hook heavy, effervescent and quirky. Born into the ‘Reality TV’ generation and swimming hard against its flow, his debut EP will be released in the Autumn of 2010, title to be confirmed.  ‘Goodmorning’ is available as a free download at www.myspace.com/paulshevlin. Tom McConnell Tom is a singer/songwriter from Co. Down who is currently studying music at the University of Edinburgh. He uses his guitar, voice, percussion and loop station to create a sound that draws elements from motown, soul and folk. After playing in the final of the Summer Madness Unsigned competition last year, he recorded some original tracks in Fusebox Studios, and plans to release a double sided single in July 2010.


63 Gentry Morris Gentry Morris made the move from Nashville to Belfast three years ago and quickly earned his place among the up and coming artists of N. Ireland, playing his unique style of Alternative Folk for audiences all over the UK and Ireland he has shared the stage with some of the UK’s most promising talents. This will be Gentry’s second year playing at Summer Madness and this year he returns with a brand new album full of intoxicating melodies and thought provoking lyrics. Adam Baker Issues like poverty and injustice influence Adam’s music. Adam’s music is also influenced by his own experience of life, things that he has gone through, or been challenged by. Adam’s music is not worship music as such, it feels like it is more raw than contemporary worship music, and it doesn’t follow the typical worship genre structure lyrically or musically. However some songs of his have been wrote with congregational use in mind. Adam Baker’s album “Your Eyes” is available on CD from www.adambakermusic.co.uk, and on iTunes to download. 

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1st - 5th July 2011 WITH DUFFY ROBBINS & SIMON GUILLEBAUD SEE YOU NEXT YEAR


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