We’re a group from 15+ churches, passionate about gathering & encouraging young adults (18-30s) through worship & community. Most of our events take place in the Taunton Deane area, check out our upcoming events below.
Orphan No More @ AWAKEN Worship Night March, Friday 13th 2020
It’s an honour to host Orphan No More, they were incredible leading worship at David’s Tent this Summer with over 6,000 worshippers. Based in Bath with connections across the World. They are inspiring, courageous and incredibly gifted carrying something special to encourage young adults! Limited Capacity tickets are here. Venue – Company Spaces, Taunton.
AWAKEN Mission trip with Jesus Culture – Romania April 16th – 19th 2020.
We’re excited to be taking a group of young adults from the West Country to Romania for a short mission trip with Jesus Culture you can find out more here. It’s £300 which includes most of the expenses apart from flights. Message AWAKEN on facebook to book your place on our team. Please let us know if you are coming by Jan 10th 2020.
Deeper Worship @ AWAKEN Worship Night May, Saturday 9th 2020
It’ll be a more spontaneous night as we worship a little longer. Come expectant and pray that God will meet us powerfully. We’ll be led by the local worship team from Awaken. 7:30pm start. Limited Capacity tickets coming Feb 2020. Venue – Company Spaces, Taunton.
Circuit Riders/Carry the Love @AWAKEN Worship Night February, Saturday 8th 2020
We’ll provide opportunities to meet God and his family (from all churches both large and small) through worshiping Jesus and praying for each other along with drinking coffee, eating cookies and much more. If you’ve never been to church and you are a young adult you are very welcome to join us for any of our events… we’d love to meet you.
See our upcoming events for the next time you can connect, we host something FREE every month: it’s usually a mix of visiting speakers, bands, socials and plenty of space for worship.
You can also read our Vision & Story here
Revelation 3v2 “Wake up! Strengthen what remains”