The Burn 24/7 team will be running a worship night at the Ascension Centre from 7.30pm to 10.30pm on Thursday 6 April.
Here’s what they have to say about the event:
“Come and join us for our next Burn 24-7 worship furnace on Thursday 6 April at the Ascension Centre in Bitterne Park. Doors open at 7.00pm.
We are calling passionate worshippers, intercessors, sons and daughters… we are calling the burning ones to gather for the one thing we are here for…
Burn 24-7 is unashamedly a first love movement and our worship nights are on a first-things-first basis! Our hearts desire is that Southampton would become a resting place of his presence as we gather to worship and release a prophetic sound over the city.
The Burn 24-7 worship furnace is an intentionally extended time of worship, prayer, intercession and decree in the Presence of God. We will have different musicians leading us during the evening. We welcome all to come.
What is a Burn furnace?
Burn “furnaces” host monthly, weekly or sometimes daily sessions of unending worship, prayer and adoration that last anywhere from 12 hours up to 100 hours non-stop. Teams, representing churches across the city, take 2-hour shifts to worship, pray and to contend revival in the church and transformation of cities and nations.
What’s a typical Burn event like:
- Non-stop live worship: Teams of worshippers, musicians, artists and intercessors fill two-hour blocks to worship, pray and create.
- Vertical Worship: The purpose of the Burn is to minister to the Lord and create an atmosphere for encounter. Typically, the worship leader doesn’t engage those in attendance as a normal corporate setting. You will often experience worshippers journaling, studying, praying, painting as well as singing along with the worship teams.
- Spontaneous/Prophetic: Much of the worship will be creative, spontaneous and prophetic songs and melodies (Psalm 96).
- The Arts and Creativity: Our desire is to create and atmosphere where high levels of creativity can come forth. You will often see painters, dancers, and writers creating during the Burn. We often set up art stations for people to express their worship through creative mediums.”