The Handbook

For detailed information about the event, you can read or download the Naturally Supernatural Handbook.


Why are you starting a new event?

The heart behind this new Naturally Supernatural conference is a desire to equip the whole church to move in the ministry of the Holy Spirit so people will see Jesus, fall in love in with him, and have both the passion and the power to proclaim him in word and deed. We believe this is the way forward if we are to be effective witnesses and reach our nation with the gospel, demonstrating God’s love in our words and in our actions.

We have always loved running Naturally Supernatural at Soul Survivor Watford in February and this has helped us reach church leaders but our desire is to put on an event for the whole church so we can all journey together.


Who is Naturally Supernatural aimed at?

Everyone! We want this to be an inclusive event that will be just as suitable for families as it will for the students, 20s and 30s who have previously come to our Momentum events. There is no upper age limit, everyone is welcome (though under 18s must be accompanied by a responsible adult) and there will be social events for all ages and life-stages.


Will you still be running Naturally Supernatural in February?

Yes! Our February event will largely focus on church leaders (though anyone is welcome) and our hope is that leadership teams will come to this event and then bring many of their congregation along in the summer so they can continue to journey in moving in God’s power as a church family.


What’s the accommodation?

Naturally Supernatural is a camping/caravan event but there are also some offsite options available nearby including two Premier Inns - Hurricane and Spitfire - a Travelodge and a number of B&Bs which you can see here and here. If you are interested in caravan hire, you can find some more details here.


What food will be available?

There will be food vans selling a range of food as well as cafes serving cakes, snacks and hot and cold drinks. There is a small onsite shop on the side of the main meeting venue that stocks essentials including bread, milk and batteries as well as treats like pick and mix, and ice creams. The nearest supermarket is Asda in Stafford (ST16 3TA) which is a 10 minute drive away. You can also order online and have Asda deliver your shopping to the main gate (though you’ll need to meet them as unfortunately we can’t accept deliveries on your behalf). Please give them your name, camping village and mobile phone number. 


Will you cater for people with additional needs?

We want to make Naturally Supernatural as accessible as possible to everyone and will be posting some more info in the coming months about provision we’ll make for those with additional needs. If you have any specific questions in the meantime please contact us on specialneeds@soulsurvivor.com


What will the seating options be in the main meetings?

We plan to have a mix of seating on chairs and floor space.


Wi-fi / phone-charging

We know it’s hard to be parted from the comforts of home so we’re pleased to say there will be wi-fi throughout the Stafford showground and venues will have plenty of places where you can charge your mobile phone/tablet.


We’ll be adding plenty more info to the website in the coming months but if you have any questions in the meantime please email info@soulsurvivor.com or give us a call on 0303 333 1 333.