Name: Steve Campbell
Steve is the Senior Pastor of Cambridge Community Church (C3) and leads The Journey Network of churches. He and his wife Angie have been based in Cambridge for 19 years. They have 3 children and two rabbits. Steve loves his wife and family, table tennis, fishing and Italian food.
Name: Stuart Bell
Stuart Bell is the Senior Leader of New Life Lincoln, a growing church of 1200+ people. He is actively involved in a number of national leadership forums and often works into both America and South Africa. Stuart is Leader of the Ground Level Network, a network of 100+ churches. He is an international speaker and teacher and has written four books. Married to Irene, Stuart has three children and three grandsons.
Name: Andy Elmes
Andy, with his wife Gina, is the senior pastor of Family Church, a multi-congregational church located on the south coast of England. Andy is also the founder of Synergy Network & Great Big Life. As well as planting churches, he has been involved in many forms of evangelism including travelling as an evangelist for many years across the UK and throughout the world. A dynamic visionary, Andy helps people to see things outside of The box; as a strategist, he helps others to set goals within their lives and ministries and move toward them quickly.His personal mandate is "to know the King and to advance His Kingdom."
Name: Simon Benham
Simon Benham has been part of Kerith Community Church in Bracknell for 24 years, and has been senior pastor for 5 years. Kerith is a church of all ages, with people from over 40 different nations and a vision to be a rapidly growing, Christ centred community - making an impact locally, nationally and internationally. Simon is married to Catrina and they have three children - Zak, Jacob and Alice.
Name: Glyn Barrett
Glyn & his wife Sophia are the Senior Pastors of !Audacious Church in Manchester, England. He is also the director of !Audacious, a youth revolution. Glyn is a powerful and sought-after communicator. He is also an author of four books. He and Sophia have two children, Georgia and Jaedon. As far as passions go - Glyn is fanatical about Manchester City Football Club.
Name: Roy Todd
Originally from Belfast, Roy Todd is one of the leading evangelists in Britain today. He has travelled the world, seeing thousands of people won to faith as well as many more experiencing outstanding miracles - some of which have been featured on secular media. As well as travelling internationally, Roy and his wife Lydia are pioneers of The Junction Church Loughborough. Roy is down to earth, funny, unique and inspirational. His ministry will help you experience God's unprecedented favour in your life. Get ready to be inspired!
Name: Dave Smith
Dave Smith is Senior Leader of KingsGate Community Church, Peterborough, which is a large and thriving contemporary, charismatic church in the United Kingdom. From the outset the Lord called him to "think big" and to build a local church that would impact the city, the region, the nation and beyond. In September 2010, a second KingsGate Centre started in Cambridge and plans are now underway to start a third Centre in Leicester. He is married to Karen and they have two grown up daughters, Emily and Annabel, and supports Manchester City Football Club!
Name: Priscilla Reid
Priscilla Reid with her husband Paul in 1981, which eventually became Christian Fellowship Church Belfast which today is one of the two largest churches in Ireland. They are now associate pastors and are part of the International Advisory Team, a group of senior leaders who assist in the oversight of CFC. Priscilla is committed to developing today's leaders for tomorrow's church, working to see people released into their full calling in God, united prayer for Ireland and church planting and resourcing other churches. Priscilla and Paul have four daughters, and three grand children.
Name: Jarrod Cooper
Jarrod Cooper is an inspirer. He works in a challenging and humorous way to encourage the Church to reach higher in God. This work has taken him throughout the world since 1990, speaking at churches, conferences, on television and radio and Christian magazines. Jarrod is the Senior Minister of New Life Church, a vibrant missions church in Kingston upon Hull, England, and the Executive Producer of his TV and Radio programmes "Days of Wonder" which are broadcast in over 120 nations each week. In 2010 he founded the New Life Christian Academy, a private Christian school educating 5-18 year olds. He is happily married to Vicky who works as his P.A. and they live together in Hull along with their son Zach.
Big Top.The Big Top plays host to many guest speakers and 5000 worshippers! You can be assured of fantastic teaching from some of the most influential speakers in the Church.
Prayer RoomsThroughout the day there will be chance to encounter God in prayer, soaking, healing.
ProspectsInformal and interactive celebrations for people with learning disabilities.
Bible StudyEarly morning (9am-10am) Bible Studies with Jack Groblewski. Jack will be hosting 4 bible studies Saturday-Tuesday.
Pastors/Leaders BreakfastOn Saturday morning We will host a pastors/leaders breakfast. This will be from 8:30am-9:45am in the Blink venue. There will be a charge of £5 per person. This is designed as a place to connect with other leaders as well as a short address by some of the ONE leaders.
Ministry AreaThe Big Top will have a dedicated ministry area for people who want to receive prayer ministry following the services.
Prayer ClinicThere will also be chance for you to go to the prayer rooms and receive personal prayer following the BIG TOP meetings in a more private setting. (Please note: Counselling is not available on site from the ONE Event team or volunteers this should be sought out from your own Church/Church Leaders).
NEW! The Big Family Celebration.On Tuesday at 5pm-6.30pm, we will gather in the Big Top for our final Family Celebration followed by a Praise Party 6.30pm-7.30pm.
- We are once again running 6 streams designed to refresh, equip and empower. Each stream will draw from the exciting array of speakers that we have on site as well as sessions from the stream leaders themselves and others.
Youth & Children.
Accelerate(12yrs - 14yrs)
Accelerate 2(15yrs - 18yrs) Accelerate is the youth programme for the 12-14 & 15- 18 age groups. We are based across two venues and are bursting at the seams with energy, exuberance and epic value.
Goo(5yrs - 7yrs)
Fun, play, games, GOO TV, gunge, praise, teams and so much more... Connect with God Over Ordinary!
Goo 2(8yrs - 11yrs)
NEW FOR THIS YEAR! Plenty of GOO fun aimed at our 8-11year olds...God Over Ordinary!
Jelly beans(3yrs - 5yrs)
Using creative play, encouragement and laughter, as well as teaching spiritual truths at a level this age range can understand. Don’t miss out on this venue!
Jelly Tots(0 - 3yrs)
Learn new songs, bible stories and play with the toys, a special environment for this age range to enjoy with their parent or guardian.
Kid Space(5yrs - 11yrs)
We are planning a series of afternoon Kids specials from 2:30-5:00pm for ages 4-11. These will be supervised sessions with a limited number of places available. This will hopefully allow parents some freedom to attend stream sessions where they cannot arrange child-care.
Later @ ONE.
Blink Venue(over 18yrs)
The Blink Venue looks to provide adults at ONE with the opportunity to end their day in style... from interviews and live music to comedy and quiz nights.
ONE ExtraJust after sunset every young whipper snapper will be out and about until 11pm rocking out to some of the biggest names in Christian Live Music.
The SpaceDuring the afternoons and after the day is nearly finished, meet up with friends and chill out with some acoustic tunes and a great hot chocolate!
Ground Level Networkwww.groundlevel.org.uk
Steve and Angie CampbellThe Journey Network
Dave and Karen SmithKingsgate UK
Paul and Priscilla ReidCFC Belfast
Tim and Ania AndersonPlumbline
Jarrod and Vicky CooperNew Life Hull
Volunteers & Crew.
Volunteers.ONE can only happen because of an army of over 600 voluntary Crew who assist with the set up, running and the set down of the event. VOLUNTEER NOW*!!! by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org
*some voluntary positions will require a CRB disclosure to be carried out
Set up & Set down.Lots of jobs to be done before ONE begins, help with fencing, signs, tables, chairs, etc. When ONE finishes the event is still not over! Help needed to pack equipment, remove signs, litter pick, etc.
Marking Out.Painting the lines for camping areas, walkways and sports pitches.
Food Court.Work involves cleaning tables, emptying bins, welcoming people. Closed during main meetings.
Stewards.Volunteers needed to put out chairs, welcome people to meetings, help people and tidy venues after each meeting.
Ground level sales.Staff needed to work shifts behind the counter. Closed during main meetings.
Security.Help the team make sure the site and venues are secure and safe during the day and evenings.
Mini-mart.Our own general store needs people to work shifts, selling the merchandise etc. Closed during the main meetings.
Booking in.People needed for the Friday and Saturday to welcome campers and provide information.
Gates.Help man day ticket office during the event
The One Event Offering.
- 2012 raised a total of £157,000. The money raised during ONE Event 2012 was allocated into six main areas; home projects, youth projects, overseas projects, care for the churches programme, strategic leadership programme and support services for the network.
Donations were made to the following projects:
Fees/Bookings/AdmissionCheque’s should be made payable to ‘GROUND LEVEL’. Deposits or part payments will not be accepted. Students, OAPs or the unemployed should provide suitable confirmation of status or a letter from their minister or group organiser to qualify for reductions. Additional Units must be booked before 31st July. Late bookings will be sited in a separate area and not with those already booked. Church groups will be sited together provided your booking is received before 31st July and you should ensure the same church/group name clearly appears on each form. Fees include units used for sleeping in. There is space for one car per unit and a charge will be made for any extra space required. Children under 5 are free. Families with children aged 5–18 only pay for the eldest child. This concession also applies to single parents. Young people over 18, children’s friends or youth group members do not qualify for or count towards the child concessions. Ages will be calculated as at 23rd August 2013. Please include date of birth on the Booking Form. Admission for non-campers is by Event Pass allowing access between 8.00am (4.30pm Friday) - 12.00am throughout the event for those coming for three or more days. This must be purchased before 31st July. Individual Day Passes are available. The ONE site is an agricultural showground and is unable to provide commercial camp site facilities.
(price includes camping fees
and event pass giving unlimited daytime access to the site throughout the event)
by 3rd March - Early Bird 5th March - 30th April 1st May - 31st July Price at the event Adults £95 £105 £115 £125 Concessions £85 £95 £105 £115 Eldest Child (5-18) £80 £90 £100 £110 Younger Children/Under 5s FREE FREE FREE FREE EVENT PASS FOR DAY VISITORS
(Providing unlimited daytime access to the site throughout the event)
Adults £75 £85 £95 £105 Concessions £60 £70 £80 £90 Eldest Child (5-18) £45 £55 £65 £75 Younger Children/Under 5s FREE FREE FREE FREE ACCOMODATION
(per room and includes breakfast - DOES NOT INCLUDE EVENT PASS)
Maximum capacity 2 adults and 2 children. Arrival 23rd 3pm - Depart 28th 12 noon
£325 £325 £325 DAY VISITORS
(no advance booking pay at Day Visitors Gate)
FULL DAY AFTER 3.30pm Adults £20 £10 Concessions £19 £9.50 Children £18 £9 Family (2 adults 2+ children) £58 £29 Family (1 adult 2+ children) £38 £19 Younger children/Under 5s FREE FREE
Accommodation.For ONE 2013, accommodation will be booked with the Holiday Inn Express. The Holiday Inn Express can be found just a 10 minute walk with seating area provided. from heart of Lincoln city centre, the Showground is located 5 miles from the hotel. Each of the Double/Family Rooms have air conditioning, internet access (charges apply), flat screen TVs with Freeview channels, en suite power shower and tea and coffee making facilities. There is ample car parking at the hotel which is located at postcode LN6 7DQ.
The Accommodation price does not include an event pass; this must be added to the cost of the room.
Local accommodation information is available from the Tourist Information Centre: www.lincolntourism.co.uk or call 01522 545 458 for you to make your own reservations.
An Event Pass must be purchased before 31st July.
Cancellations.Cancellation Fee - 25% before 31st July.
All cancellations must be in writing and include all registration documents. No refunds after this date. Delegate places can only be substituted like for like (IE adult for adult place) when received by ONE in writing, from the booking contact before 31st July. All substitutions incur a £5 per person administration fee.
Disabled Access.Wheelchair user section in Big Top. Disabled toilet facilities both near to the Big Top and on site. Disabled vehicle parking area near to Big Top and on site. See map in programme at the event for directions between the disabled parking areas. Please use your blue badge.
Sign language interpreters and induction loop systems are provided for main meetings.
Site Facilities.ONE Event Food Court – a range of food outlets with seating area provided.
The Mini Mart – milk, bread, newspapers, sweets.
Camping Supplies – camping gas and other items are available to purchase on site.
Toilets and showers facilities are available on site.
Click the following links to find out more informaion on
Special Needs Policy
Guidelines for Carers
Special Needs Form
Offerings.Freewill offerings will be taken. These will be used to bless those ministering to us throughout the event and targeted to further the vision of Ground Level at home and abroad. Please pray about your contribution and come prepared and ready to give.
Pets.No dogs (except Guide Dogs) or other animals will be allowed on site or in car parks. This applies to day visitors as well as to campers.
Bikes/Scooters/Roller Blades.No Bikes, Scooters, Roller Blades/Skates or Skate Boards are allowed on site.
Photography.There will be official photographers on site at the conference, delegates may feature in these images, which will be used for our promotional material, both printed and electronic, including the website.
ONE Expo Booking info.
- To book an Expo stand at ONE please contact Nathan@groundlevel.org.uk
ONE Event album - £9.99Buy it HERE
Tent & Caravan Hire.
- If you would like to book a caravan for ONE then please go to the following website.
www.tourersrus.co.uk If you would like to book a tent please go to
What are the meeting/seminar times?Morning meeting 10.45am (Children’s meetings times vary and are slightly before the main meeting begins.) Seminars at 2.30pm and 4.00pm. Evening meeting 7.00pm (Children’s meetings times vary and are slightly before the main meeting begins.) Late night - see programme at the event
Can we have electric hook ups?We only provide electric hook ups for people with severe medical needs, eg charging mobility equipment or powering respirators, overnight oxygen
Are there exhibitions and times?There is a large range of stands from various organisations in our exhibition area with free information or goods to purchase. The exhibition area is open from Saturday to Monday, see programme at event for opening times. At certain times the exhibition is closed including during main meetings.
Can I get food on site?The ONE Food Court includes a range of food outlets including fish and chips, burgers, baked potatoes, sandwiches, ethnic food and coffee outlets with a seating area provided.
What food is sold in mini mart?The Mini Mart sells milk, bread, newspapers, sweets and a basic range of food and household items.
How far away are the local shops?The Showground is approximately 4 miles north of the city of Lincoln. There are supermarkets on the northern edge of the city.
Who are the special guests?Please see our list of Guest Speakers PLUS more to be confirmed and bands
Is there car parking?For campers one car can be parked next to every tent or caravan that you book. Additional cars are allowed on site at a charge of £15 per car or they can be left in the Day Visitors Car Park for free. Day visitors and residential guests must use the Day Visitors Car Park. Only cars with ‘blue badges’ are allowed on site if not camping. All drivers should exercise extreme caution and observe the on site speed limit of 5mph. Please avoid moving your vehicle around the campsite. Vehicles (other than those officially authorised or with passes such as used by our disabled campers) should not be used to commute around the campsite. We reserve the right to insist on any vehicle being removed to the car park. Please do not park around any of the ONE venues unless authorised to do so. ONE will have a pedestrian area located around all of the children’s venues. Vehicles will not have access to this area during the event. Please see programme at the event for full details.
Is there a curfew?For the benefit of all concerned, there must be total silence after 12.00am and keep as quiet as possible before 9.00am. For security reasons, guards will patrol the site from Midnight to 8.00am. Please do not wander around the site during this time unless it is absolutely essential.
When can I arrive at the event?Campers can arrive from 8.00am on Friday 23rd August to queue and the gates open at 10.00am until 9.30pm. On Saturday 24th August 2013 the gates open at 8.00am till midday. Day Visitors Gate opens at 2.00pm on Friday and 8.00am on all other days for day visitors and those staying offsite.
I want to use my Sat Nav, what is the post code for the event venue?LN2 2NA
At The Event.
The Ground Level Network is led by Stuart Bell. Stuart is also the Senior Pastor of New Life Lincoln Church which is located in the thriving city centre of Lincoln. He is in demand across the world and has been widely used by God to bring renewal in regional and national settings.
The Ground Level Network is an apostolic movement networked together through regional and relational connections. Ground Level exists to equip, support and care for churches and ministries. We are seeking to have a growing influence for good in our nation, affecting society in any positive way we can.
We believe that the church is to be a prophetic voice that models Word and Spirit along with Relationship and Kingdom.One of the most exciting developments in recent years has been the building of strong relationships between Ground Level and The Grace Network, which is based in Virginia USA, and the Christian Network based in Pretoria, South Africa. Delegates from the USA and South Africa have been frequent visitors to our Leadership Conference and to the ONE Event (previously titled Grapevine Celebration).
Betel is a group of caring, not-for-profit Christian communities in the heart of the UK dedicated to restoring homeless and long-term unemployed people to healthy, independent lifestyles. BETEL train men and women in a wide range of life and employment skills, enabling them to rebuild a strong work ethic. BETEL will be hosting a catering venue and late night events.
Acts Trust is a Lincolnshire based community charity founded by New Life Church, Lincoln in 2007. Acts are committed to recognising the needs of and working with families and individuals across the county – many of whom are marginalised and socially disadvantaged.
Acts Trust is committed to working alongside people in need and helping them to help themselves. Acts will be hosting a catering venue and late night events.
Featuring exhibitions and trade stands from many organisations who are working across the uk and around the world. DVDs of all the Big Top celebrations can be purchased from the sales area. CDs of big top and accelerate preaches and all streams are available in the sales area shortly after each session. Plus speakers’ merchandise, Books, bibles, CDs, DVDs, clothing and resources. After a successful first ONE Event, CLC Bookshop will be attending the event, selling popular top quality books, CD’s, DVD’s and other merchandise. CLC is an international missionary organisation made up of hundreds of individuals from many denominations. We are bound together by a common purpose: we desire to see people come to faith and maturity in the Lord Jesus Christ and we believe that evangelical Christian literature is an essential part in this process. CLC International (UK) is a registered charity and has been a major giver over the years to literature projects worldwide.
Book Online.Click here to book into the ONE Event using our online booking form.
PDF Booking Form.ONE 2013 BOOKING FORM
Special Needs FormSpecial Needs Form
Special Needs Form - Large PrintSpecial Needs Form - Large Print
ONE Expo Reservation FormONE 2013 EXPO RESERVATION FORM
Download PDF Brochure.ONE 2013 BROCHURE
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How to find us
Ground Level Offices:
Tel: 01522 542 166
Fax: 01522 545 860
One Event 2013
Ground Level Network
New Life House