Festival pastors rejoice as Latitude 2021 is great success
Tony Hodge reflects on Latitude 2021, featuring a Radio Suffolk interview with Festival Pastors Liz & Peter Livey
Festival pastors reflect on the cancelled latitude 2020
Festival Pastors Peter and Liz Livey, Tony Hodge and Shirley Austin reflect on past Latitudes and look forward to Latitude 2021 on BBC Radio Suffolk.
FESTIVAL PASTORS 7TH YEAR AT LATITUDE
Town Pastors did a quick change and turned pink to become Festival Pastors, whilst other volunteers donned the special black and blue festival pastor aprons to serve in the café.
Festival Pastors at latitude 2018
With the heat turned fully up and a record crowd expected at Latitude, Festival Pastors were once again on hand with their unique brand of help and support to the festival crowds. In addition to day patrols around the campsites, night patrols in the Woods Arenas and the coolness of the café, this year saw more entertainment and engagement in the café through resident artists and musicians. The weekend was then topped off with our first Sunday Service in front of the café tent. Mixing contemporary worship music with testimonies from the festival and prayer, this was a fitting end to our time at Latitude 2018.
Following an initial invitation from Festival Republic in 2011 Town Pastors have been present at the Latitude festival for the past 5 years under the name of Festival Pastors. Our activities include day patrolling of the camp sites and night patrols in the woods arenas. In addition our cafe provides quality refreshments at excellent prices to festival-goers.