Is the real God more confronting and more astoundingly compassionate than Jonah — or we — have ever realised?
Get ready for GROW 2021!
Registration Closes Wednesday July 21st 11:55pm
Saturday 7th August 9am-3:30pm
Talks from the book of Jonah.
GROW is for all women, from the not-yet believer to the new believer to the long-time believer, from teens to centenarians, from all backgrounds and from all churches around Queensland. We will spend the day singing, talking, praying, sharing, eating and, of course, hearing God’s Word together.
Invite others to come with you! Organise to travel together and consider breakfast before or dinner together on the way home.
St Peters Lutheran College Performing Arts Centre (PAC)
66 Harts Rd, Indooroopilly
The PAC can also be accessed from the Lambert Road and Indooroopilly Road entrances.
Currently Covid rules allow full capacity of the PAC using allocated seating (924 people). Those who register after the cap is reached will be placed on a waitlist. Should regulations change (for example, a restriction to 50% capacity), seats will be given in order of booking.
More information on parking and public transport coming soon.
Why are we planning a face to face conference while COVID-19 remains a threat?
Well, for three important reasons:
1. It is a rich blessing to share Jesus face to face as we long for the day when we will see him face to face. Seeing each other is so much better than relating via a screen.
2. Many of you have told us you really want to meet face to face. GROW has always partnered closely with local churches as we’ve shared a vision for seeing women grow up into Christ. We want to honour that partnership as much as ever in this challenging season.
3. We think it's possible to meet responsibly: We are working closely with a new but old venue, St Peters Lutheran College Indooroopilly, to ensure COVID safety.
We are seeking advice in order to keep ticket prices down while also managing our financial risks. This is a difficult time to be planning and organising an event in advance. If there is a COVID outbreak, we will need to cancel the event and face significant losses. So we’ll need to keep reviewing our plans in light of COVID developments. We may, for example, ask whether you would consider foregoing a ticket refund in the event of cancellation. We would ask you this only if you are able and would like to do so as an expression of our partnership in this challenging season.