Naturally Supernatural summer is our main event but we also run a smaller conference in Watford in February that has the same passion.
We're longing to see the whole church moving in the power and gifts of the Holy Spirit so this conference is all about spending time in God’s presence, with extended times of worship and ministry. We’ll be studying God’s word and hearing from some great teachers as we explore what it means to live biblical, naturally supernatural lives today.
We're longing to see the whole church moving in the power and gifts of the Holy Spirit.
Naturally Supernatural winter is open to everyone and we’d particularly encourage church leaders to come along with their teams if they’re keen to see their church move more in the gifts and power of the Holy Spirit. There will be plenty of opportunities to receive prayer and to pray for others.
We had such wonderful time at NSN Winter in 2018, watch our highlights video to see all the best bits. We would love to see you this year!
Our winter conference in 2019 will take place from 20th to 23rd February at our warehouse in Watford. Tickets are £68 but you can save 10% if you book online in advance.
Find out who will be speaking, what each day will look like, how to find us and so much more below.
We’re excited to be joined by some similar faces and some new ones this year! NSN Winter will be hosted by Mike & Andy and they will be joined by a few guest speakers. Let us introduce them:
Andy is the Senior Pastor of Soul Survivor Watford alongside Mike and part of the leadership team of Soul Survivor ministries. He’s ordained and is the co-author of Lifelines and Everyday Supernatural. Andy is married to Beth, and dad to three boys so balances out reading heavy theology books by playing lots of Thomas the Tank Engine.
Ali has been around Soul Survivor forever and is part of the Leadership Team at Soul Survivor and our associated church Soul Survivor Watford. She particularly loves helping speakers develop their communication gifts and is married to Joel, mum to Will and Esther.
Mike started Soul Survivor and its associated church, Soul Survivor Watford over 20 years ago and remains Director and Senior Pastor. He’s hugely passionate about all of God’s people living in the power of the Holy Spirit and co-wrote Everyday Supernatural with Andy.
Keri & Nick Fox
Keri and Nick lead Commonwealth San Diego, a church in the heart of the city of San Diego, California. They love to see people and places impacted by the goodness of God's presence and to see people discover and step into their God-given design and purpose.
Wayne is from Russellville, Arkansas, USA. He is a singer/song-writer and co-author of the book ‘He Still Speaks’ on the role of the prophetic in today’s church. You can check out some of the talks he did on hearing God’s voice at our NSN summer conference here.
Beth has been part of the Soul Survivor and Soul Survivor Watford team for many years and is now a fulltime mum to Josiah, Judah and Caleb. Alongside leading worship and looking after her kids you can also find her busy with a new DIY project.
Tom heads up worship at Soul Survivor and Soul Survivor Watford. He’s passionate about writing songs about Jesus and supporting Spurs. Tom’s married to Susi and is Dad to one year old Sonny, so he’s used to living on an hour’s sleep and a tonne of caffeine.
All The Details
Naturally Supernatural Winter in 2019 will take place from Wednesday 20th February to Saturday 23rd February (starting at 2.30pm on the first day and ending around 10pm on the last day).
Pop these details into Google Maps and find your way to us:
Soul Survivor Watford, 5-7 Greycaine Road, Watford, WD24 7GP.
|Type of ticket||Bought Online||Bought on the door|
|Full Pass, Adult||£61||£68|
|Full Pass, Child 3-11*||£36||£40|
|Child tickets 0-2 (attending Crèche)||£15||£17|
Day passes are now available on our website for just £20. As our children's work is nearing capacity unfortunately we're no longer able to take online bookings for kids places but please call us to check availability on 0303 333 1 333.
Outline of the day:
|Naturally Supernatural Winter Conference - Soul Survivor Watford|
|Day 1||Day 2, 3 & 4|
|Start Time||End Time||Start Time||End Time|
|14:30||17:00||Session One||12:30||14:30||Lunch Break|
|17:00||19:00||Dinner Break||14:30||17:00||Session Two|
|19:00||21:30||Session Two||17:00||19:00||Dinner Break|
Each session will have lots of space for worship, teaching and ministry.
We’ll have a full programme of children’s work for under 12s which will take place during the day. Children will be split into different age groups (with a crèche for the 0-2s) and will have worship and teaching that reflects the main themes of the conference in an age appropriate way. The kids’ work will be run by Helen Rushton, who heads up the children’s work at Soul Survivor Watford, alongside a team of volunteers. Children must be booked in to the conference in advance. Whilst we will do our best to make space for everyone in the children’s work we cannot guarantee places for those who book later as there is a legal ratio of children’s workers to kids that we must adhere to.
Please note that food is not included in your ticket price but you will be able to buy breakfast and snacks in our cafe. There is no need to book for breakfast just come along between 9am and 10am. You are welcome to bring your own food to eat in our cafe area, plus there are lots of restaurants, pubs and supermarkets near the church. There's also a cafe just a few minutes walk away (Flourish) that's great for breakfasts and lunches. We will have some extra info about places to eat and you come and see us on the welcome desk to pick up a map and to get directions.
Where to stay:
Unfortunately we’re not able to offer accommodation for Naturally Supernatural but there are some good spots locally and you can get cheap rooms if you book early. Here are some more details:
Soul Survivor Watford
5-7 Greycaine Road
View on Google Maps or see directions below.
How to get to us…
The nearest train station is Watford North and is a linkline from Watford Junction. Once off the train at Watford North, cross the road and walk down Greycaine Road, from the station to Church is only a 2 minute walk. Watford Junction which is about 20/30 minutes walk to church and is the best station to come in to. It is 20 minutes from Euston on the main line and trains leave approximately every 20 minutes or so. On arrival at the train station you can catch a taxi to Greycaine Road (off Bushey Mill Lane) for about £7 or £8.
*Although Watford North is the nearest train station, a brisk walk or taxi ride from Watford Junction may prove more convenient as trains don’t run as frequently out to Watford North. For timetable information go to the National Rail website.
On foot from Watford Junction
Leaving Watford Junction by the Main Entrance, go up Station Road, the road directly opposite (with NatWest on the left and The Flag pub on the right). When you reach the crossroads, turn right on to St Albans Road and follow this for about a mile. You will pass shops on either side of St Albans Road and then further on there is a McDonalds on the left. Just after this you need to turn right down Bushey Mill Lane. Carry on down Bushey Mill Lane for about ¼ mile and when you cross the train tracks take the first left on to Greycaine Road. Soul Survivor Watford is the second warehouse on the left.
By road from the North
Follow the M1 south until you reach Junction 5. At the roundabout, take the 4th exit, almost back on yourself, on to the A41 (Otterspool Way). At the roundabout, take the first exit (ignoring the one for Asda!) on to the A412 (St Albans Road). And then… (see below)
By road from the South
Follow the M25 north and leave at junction 19. At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit for North Watford on to the A41 – North Western Avenue. (You will need to be in the middle lane when you exit the roundabout). Follow the road until you reach the roundabout with the Shell garage on your right. Take the 3rd exit on to the A412 (St Albans Road).
You will pass the Fire station and the entrance to Asda on your left, a little further there is a row of shops, which includes a beauticians and the Carphone Warehouse. Take the first left after the shops (at the traffic lights) down Bushey Mill Lane and continue down for about ¼ mile. Greycaine Road is the first on the left after you cross the train tracks. Soul Survivor Watford (no. 5) is the second warehouse on the left. (Entrance lobby is in the middle of the building) and has car parking space in front. Soul Survivor Watford (no. 7) is the 3rd warehouse on the left and is a white building and has car parking space in front. Please do not use the car park to the right of unit 7 as does not belong to Soul Survivor.
Please note that during the weekdays, parking is extremely limited around the warehouse. If possible please come by public transport or car share. The nearest car park is Longspring on St Albans Road which has 80 spaces and costs £2 to park for the day. Allow about 10-15 mins to walk from here to the church. In the evenings there will also be parking nearer the church but you will still need to allow 5-10 mins to walk to the church from your car. There will be a number of spaces at the warehouse reserved for those with mobility issues or who are bringing small children.