The Full-time Training in London has been located at Bower House since 2005, and this property has been a great blessing not only for the training of young people from Europe and around the world but also for many people coming for conferences, weekend events and one-week trainings.
At present, any gathering larger than 150 must be conducted in our marquee (tent), and the marquee has been in constant use for over 12 year for events. It is also the site of Bible packing and shipping for the UK and parts of Europe with hundreds of Bibles being sent out from Bower House each week. However, the marquee is reaching the end of its capacity as well as its lifespan. The other meeting rooms at Bower House are insufficient for the growing full-time training as well as for events for the ever-growing number of new seeking ones generated from the Bible requests and the Life-study of the Bible radio broadcast. There is a great need to expand the capacity of our buildings not only for the full-time trainees but also for our events and for the saints blending from all over Europe and over the world.
Permission has been fully gained to build a new training facility on the grounds of Bower House. This new building will include classrooms, a kitchen, dining space, AV rooms, restroom facilities and a lobby and will be capable of holding at least 400 full-time trainees. The main room will have capacity for almost 1,000, conference style. Having removable classroom wall partitions, the main room can be quickly converted into three separate rooms capable of holding 250 to 300 each, conference style. Using tables and chairs, training style, the main room can hold at least 500 at a time.
For information regarding participating in this current building project by either praying, giving, or going, please write to us at [email protected]
Amana TrustBower HouseOrange Tree HillRomford, RM4 1PB110 Pentonville RoadIslingtonLondon, N1 9JB+44 (0) 1708 380 301
All verses and footnotes taken from the Holy Bible Recovery Version. Anaheim: Living Stream Ministry, 2003.