This July, our conference is going digital and we want you to join us!
Summer21 is taking place 8th-11th July and can be streamed and enjoyed from the comfort of your own home! We have a great line-up planned and in case you can’t watch everything as it airs online, you can catch up, rewatch and enjoy sessions on demand for the entire summer, meaning you can attend more sessions this year than you possibly could at Sligo! There’s never been a better year to join us, from wherever you are in the world!
If you have a Summer21 ticket, you can access the conference via our event platform Whova – simply head to their website or download the mobile app and register using the email address you used to book your ticket. Once you have set up your Whova account you should have access into Summer21 – if you get stuck or get asked for an invite code, send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Kids, Youth and Our Place programmes will be free and accessible to all families this year and we’re so thankful for the valuable support of those who are making that possible.
We have a brand new kids & youth website and the Summer21 programme is available for everyone to view there, check it out!
To view the Our Place Programme head to our YouTube channel Saturday 10th July @ 3pm
One of our favourite things about our summer conference is community and that’s why we’ve invited churches across Ireland to become Summer21 Hosts so that communities can come together in local churches to enjoy our evening celebrations together (subject to local COVID-19 restrictions).
The following Churches are signed up and anyone is welcome to attend on the evenings that they are hosting – you do not need a Summer21 ticket but due to Covid-19 restrictions each venue has a specific capacity and procedures in place to keep everyone safe & comply by local regulations.
Willowfield Parish Church, Belfast: Thurs-Sun 7pm (Doors open 6.30pm)
Lisburn Cathedral, Lisburn: Thurs-Sun 7pm (booking required click here)
Carrigrohane Union of Parishes, Carraig Centre, Cork: Sunday 7pm (booking required click here)
Calry Parish, Sligo: Thurs-Sun 7pm
Donegal Group of Parishes – Glebe National School, Donegal Town: Thurs-Sun 7pm
St Mary’s Stranorlar, The Glebe, Stranorlar: Thurs-Sun 7pm
Shankill Parish Lurgan: Thurs-Sun 7pm
St. Philip & St. James, Holywood, Belfast: Thurs-Sun 7pm
|Holy Trinity Banbridge, Church Square, Banbridge, BT32 4AA: Thursday + Sunday 7pm|
Killeshandra Church, Main Street, Killeshandra, County Cavan: Friday-Sun (8.45pm start)
By attending a Church Host Venue you are required to follow the specific procedures in place at that venue which may include contact tracing, temperature checks, socially distanced social bubble seating etc. For more information, contact the Church Venue directly.
This Summer we have lots of your favourite aspects of our Summer Conference available online including:
Summer21 is in partnership with