Thousands of festival-goers gathering to worship in the Main Tent, enjoying the sound of guest artists such as Jason Upton

WISTON HOUSE WAS HOST NOT ONLY TO THE BIG CHURCH DAY OUT this year but also to the Christian festival David’s Tent. The festival organisers are part of the ‘Burn 24-7’ movement, begun in the USA by worship leader Sean Feucht.  Based in Dallas, Texas, Burn 24-7 says it is signified by “endless hours of vertical and davidic worship and prayer burning in 15 nations that release the indigenous sound of adoration, intercession, and love to God.”

Sean Feucht was among those present at the tented event in the last week of August.   Sean has been leading worship across the world since 2005.  ‘Burn’ events  are popular with younger people who don’t mind staying up to worship all night and who look to explore praise in all its art forms.

Event Director Tiffany Buhler says that David’s Tent provided, “an opportunity to meet with God and connect with a community of like-minded individuals.”

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