Canopy Online – 28 & 29 October 2022
We are really excited about Canopy Online 2002, which runs on Friday 28th, and Saturday 29th October this year.
Accessible from every nook and cranny of Scotland, you can engage with a programme full of great stories from across our network, worship, prayer, Bible teaching and seminars, and all from the comfort of your sofa!
All main sessions will be accessible via our Youtube channel and our interactive seminar stream will be available through the Zoom platform.
Canopy kicks off with a national prayer gathering on the Friday evening where we will be praying for our network of churches, hearing more about our Increase vision and how our churches can be part of this exciting initiative.
This will be an inspirational gathering. A time to be encouraged by hearing what God is doing through our churches; to explore what he is saying to us in Scripture as a network of churches, and a space to encounter him by His spirit as we explore what Increase could look like for the future of Scotland. It is an opportunity to be challenged in our personal journey of faith, and to be inspired and equipped as we engage throughout.
On Saturday morning we are delighted to announce that this year our main speaker is Pastor and author Francis Chan, and we can’t wait to hear what word God has for our churches through him. You can find out more about Francis and his ministries here.
Francis Chan has been a pastor for over thirty years. He is a New York Times–bestselling author of several books, including Crazy Love, Letters to the Church, and Until Unity. He and his wife, Lisa, have been married nearly thirty years and coauthored You and Me Forever. Currently, Francis is in Northern California teaching and discipling the next generation of pastors and leaders.
The second part of the Saturday morning sessions will then be a seminar stream with four options to choose from.
A variety of Canopy Online pre-record videos will also be made available for churches to use during their Sunday services, including the Francis Chan message.