Q. Can I bring my children and do they need to pay for registration?
Children are definitely welcome at IGOC! All children up to the age of 16 attend IGOC FREE. See below for the special activities we have designed with your children in mind.
Q. Are there activities for children?
Yes! King’s Kids is our Children’s Church programme for children aged 3 – 12 years old. Every day hundreds of children will be taught the Word of God through praise and worship, Bible lessons, arts and crafts, games, drama, dancing and much more!
King’s Kids is in operation during the Daytime School of Ministry sessions only (10am-12noon and 2pm – 4pm only).
Pre-registration online is mandatory. Please ensure you download your tickets for scanning as you arrive.
FREE daily sessions as follows:
10am-12noon and 2pm-4pm: Limited spaces for 3-4 years olds. Register onsite on the day.
10am-12noon and 2pm-4pm for children aged between 5-12 years old. REGISTER HERE
All day sessions start 10am-4pm and are for children aged 9-12 only. Children must bring a packed lunch. REGISTER HERE
Q. Are their crèche facilities?
Whilst there are no crèche facilities available, there is a Nursing Parents room for parents with very young children. There are facilities available within the adjoining kitchenette for parents to prepare baby food.
There is a state of the art playground onsite. All children are welcome to play. Please note children must be accompanied by an adult at all times. The playground is open during session break times only
Q. My children are older than 12. Is there anything for them to do during IGOC?
Yes! Da X Da X is the event for 13 – 18 year olds. Each year the event adapts the main IGOC theme and develops a programme of events that include inspirational guest and teenage speakers and artists, Bible teachings, creative rap, song, the spoken word and more...
Q. Are there interpretation services?
A French interpretation service is available. Please go to the Reception Desk when you arrive and ask to be directed to the designated area.
Q. I require sign language, do you provide this?
Sign language interpreters are onsite. When you arrive at IGOC, please ask for more information at the reception desk.
Q. What wheelchair access is available?
A lift is available and seating arrangements fully accommodate wheelchair users.
Q. Can I reserve seats?
It is not possible to reserve seats. Ushers are on hand to direct you to available seating. Attendees are asked to arrive in a timely manner to ensure they can be seated with family and friends.
Q. Is a schedule for IGOC speakers released in advance?
The schedule for each day’s speakers is announced a day in advance.
Q. What about travel and parking?
Extensive car parking is available onsite and nearby areas. Please follow the stewards’ instruction. A FREE shuttle service will run throughout the conference from collection points in London and Kent. The Morning shuttle service starts at 8am. Afternoon shuttle service starts at 12noon. Evening shuttle service starts at 5pm. On Sunday the shuttle service starts 8.00am and 2.30pm. Please click here for full shuttle service details
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