Not able to come to Spring Harvest 2024 in Minehead or Skegness? Great news. Spring Harvest Home, our live stream event is back again for 2024. You can experience all the great things about Spring Harvest from your sofa.
Last year we live-streamed from Studio 36, the largest venue in Minehead. Thousands of people joined us online for Spring Harvest Home. This year we’re doing it all again but we’ll be live-streaming from Studio 36 in Skegness – just to mix it up a bit.
With an internet connection and a device to watch on, you’ll be able to enjoy all the key sessions. We start the day with the Big Start all-age bonanza, followed by two different in-depth Bible teaching sessions taking you up until lunch. Then there’s the evening celebration of worship, prayer and inspiration and a small variety of pre-recorded sessions to watch on-demand. All this with your very own live hosts in between the sessions... and believe us, the live stream programme was so much fun to watch last year.
This is a great way to get a flavour of what Spring Harvest feels like in person but from the comfort of your own living room. You could even watch together as a Church small group.
British Sign Language interpretation is available on all the live content and live captioning on everything coming from the stage. With a Spring Harvest Home ticket you get to experience great Spring Harvest content from wherever you are, on a device that suits you.
We know life is expensive, so we’ve made a Spring Harvest Home ticket super affordable at £27.50. You get five days of worship, teaching, community, encouragement, and inspiration for less than £6 per day. You don’t even have to watch live. With a Spring Harvest Home ticket, you can catch up and watch it all for until the end of April.
Once you’ve bought your ticket, you’ll be sent the link to login with your you a unique code we’ll provide. Spring Harvest Home can be watched anywhere with WI-FI, in any browser – or cast to (some) TV's.
This new ministry makes the Spring Harvest event and content far more accessible to a much larger number of people.
A Spring Harvest Home viewer.
“I live in Shetland and attending Spring Harvest is always a major challenge due to some personal circumstances and [travel]. It is a 12-14 hour ferry crossing or a flight, and then a long way via road or rail and so costly in money, time and carbon emissions. In the 13 years I have lived here we have been to SH just twice."
"Every year I try to encourage my church to sign up to this wonderful service that helps make SH much more accessible to us… I suggest that those who sign up try and treat it as much like SH as possible - grab a coffee and browse the online bookshop and imagine you’re in Studio 36! …We [as churches in Shetland] could arrange our own activities during the afternoon… and come together for it.”Owen.
You will hear teaching from Rev Dr Cris Rogers, Dez Brown and more, with worship from Lucy Grimble. Your hosts will include Sheridan Voysey, Sharlene Monique and Phil Knox.
We really hope you can join us this year, for Spring Harvest Home.
What is Spring Harvest Home ‘24
Spring Harvest Home is an online event streamed at the same time as our physical event in Skegness. It will be shown on our online event website and will only be accessible to people who have bought a ticket.
When is Spring Harvest Home ‘24 happening?
1st - 5th April
How much does it cost?
This year, we know that life is more expensive. That's why we've set our tickets at an affordable price - £27.50
For how long will I be able to watch the videos from Spring Harvest Home after the event is finished?
All videos will be available to watch until the 30th April 2024. At that point, all videos will move permanently to our teaching resources streaming website, EC-GO.
How many devices can I use my SH Home ticket on at the same time?
You can use your ticket to log in to two different devices at the same time. This means that another person can watch SH Home '24 on their device too!
How do I log in to the event once I’ve purchased a ticket?
When you buy a ticket, we’ll keep you updated with important details such as how to log in and how to make the most of your Spring Harvest Home experience. We’re still getting the streaming website ready so that you have a great time with us.
When will the streaming website be live?
More details to follow, we’ll email you about this when you buy a ticket.
I’m coming to Spring Harvest at Butlin’s; do I get free access to Spring Harvest Home?
In 2024, the only way to watch Spring Harvest Home will be to buy a ticket for £27.50. Anyone is welcome to do so, and all the content (including talks, worship, interviews, prayer and banter) will be available until 30 April. You can buy at any time, from any place, even from Butlin’s, if you have a device and enough data or Wi-Fi. Please note, Spring Harvest Home will only be providing streamed content from Studio 36 in Skegness along with great live hosting. There will not be extra teaching sessions from other venues. There will be a handful of seminars, but these will also be made available on our YouTube channel and will not be exclusive.
If you would like to watch and listen to all of the talks from both Minehead and Skegness, then these will be available on EC-GO, our digital teaching platform. Here you will find content from both sites and many further sessions from smaller seminar venues, both from this and previous years. An annual subscription is usually £65, but it will be available for £34.99 as a special event offer. We will also be making available a USB stick of all the recorded teaching from this year’s event (one for Minehead and one for Skegness) at a special event price of £40 each or £60 for two.
Pioneering in the 2020 Lockdown, Spring Harvest Home brought you as much of the event as we could with three weeks’ notice. During that event we received amazing stories of God moving in people’s lives as we equipped the church through YouTube and saw 187,000 devices connect and 250,000 hours of teaching watched in that week.
It was truly amazing and to know that God touched lives even though we couldn’t be together was awe-inspiring. Again in 2021, we had to make the call to just be online as lockdowns once again hampered our hope to be together. This time we had developed our own digital platform ‘CrowdConnect’ and were able to deliver our event from 4 locations simultaneously to reach thousands online and on demand. We had worship leaders from 5 countries join us and our event was picked up and broadcast live not only on the internet, but also on the radio through UCB.
In 2022 and 2023 we streamed live from Minehead overlooking the beach. Over 4,000 people joined us online!