* The Direction to the Mt Carmel Conference Centre (click here)

* Celebration for the Nations team at Mt. Carmel in August 2015 (click here)

* Celebration Photo Albums (click here)


Eighth Day of Celebration for the Nations




Announcing an Eighth Day of Celebration for the Nations.

9th August 2017 5pm-10pm King of Kings Congregation Jerusalem.


This year we will have an eighth day of Celebration for the Nations in Jerusalem. We are sorry for the late notice, and hope that you can join us as we move on to Jerusalem after a week of worship on Mount Carmel.


The Feast of Tabernacles has always been a model for Celebration. It is the Feast that celebrates the final harvest of the year, and speaks of the great harvest of souls that there is among the nations. It is a time of joy and singing. Jesus spoke a wonderful promise on the last and greatest day of the Feast (the eighth day),

“If anyone thirsts, let him come to me and drink. Whoever believes in me, as the Scripture has said, ‘Out of his heart will flow rivers of living water.”(John 7:37-38)

As we thirst for more of the Lord, may those living waters flow through us from Jerusalem into the nations.


열방부흥축제 여덟째 날 일정 안내
2017년 8월 9일 오후 5시~10시까지 예루살렘의 ‘King of Kings’에서 모입니다.

안내가 늦어 죄송합니다.
올해는 열방부흥축제의 여덟째 날을 예루살렘에서 가지게 됩니다. 갈멜산에서의 일정을 마친 후 예루살렘으로 이동 할 때 모두가 함께 할 수 있기를 바랍니다.

항상 초막절은 축제의 모델이었습니다. 한 해의 마지막 수확을 기념하고 열방 가운데있는 영혼들의 위대한 수확에 대해 선포하는 축제입니다. 이것은 기쁨과 노래의 시간입니다. 예수님은 축제 마지막 날이자 가장 위대한 날에 놀라운 약속을하셨습니다(8일째 날).

“누구든지 목마르거든 내게로 와서 마시라 나를 믿는 자는 성경에 이름과 같이 그 배에서 생수의 강이 흘러나오리라”(요 7:37,38)

우리가 주님의 더 많은 것들을 갈망 할 때 예루살렘에서 살아있는 물이 흘러나와 우리를 통해 여러 나라로 흘러 들어갈 것입니다.



Celebration Update v2 June 2017


August 2 - 9 

Mount Carmel & Jerusalem

From Louise

Hello Worshipping Warriors,

Thank you for your kind patience. I attempted to send the last mail-out with no help! It's obvious I need all the help I can get! May's letter omitted the actual DATE of the Celebration, which brings us to an interesting development. Some of the Celebration leadership had felt a nudge toward having a time of worship in the city of JERUSALEM after our seven days on Mount Carmel. It has been agreed that this will take place for five hours in Jerusalem on Wednesday August 9. (Gail explains more below.)


Date: Wednesday  August  2  to  Tuesday August  8


Date:  Wednesday August 9 (5pm-10pm)


The Pavilion, 97 Yafo Street, 94340

From Gail

This year as we gather on the top of Mount Carmel to worship the Lord (2-8 August) and then for an eighth day in Jerusalem (9 August – see below) I believe that we come onto prepared and holy ground. 

And Elisha said, “Please let there be a double portion of your spirit on me.” (2 Kings 2:9). 

A few weeks ago a man who carried the 'spirit and power of Elijah' went to be with the Lord. His name was David Davis, and he was the founder pastor of Kehilat HaCarmel. This is the ministry that Celebration for the Nations is working with as the Lord has led us to the top of Mount Carmel. David was also a personal 'hero' of mine, and a friend.

David and his wife Karen (who is still ministering, particularly in worship) worked for more than 25 years on Mount Carmel among Jews, Arabs and Gentiles, modelling holiness and love. Before they came to Israel the Lord gave David a vision of a cloud that spread from the Golan Heights to Mount Carmel, right across the Galilee and all of Northern Israel. When he asked the Lord what it was, he was told that it was the prayer of the saints. The Lord told him 'I am waiting for a remnant whom I can trust, then I will pour out my spirit on Northern Israel'.  

David has not lived to see the fullness of his vision but he has discipled a generation of Elishas who are willing to 'burn the oxen and the yokes of their old life' (1 Kings 19:20) and follow Jesus into the unknown. If we are willing, we too can share in that anointing. 

Elisha was hungry for more! Since Moses' time there had been no-one as powerful as Elijah, but Elisha still asked for, and received, a double portion of his spirit. 

How is our spiritual hunger? What are we asking the Lord for in this Celebration? What are we willing to give?  Jesus has entreated us 'Ask and it will be given to you!' 

“If you then, who are evil, know how to give good gifts to your children, how much more will the heavenly Father give the Holy Spirit to those who ask him!” (Luke 11:13). 

The Lord is more eager to pour out His Spirit than we are to ask! Let's be part of that generation who see the fulfilment of David's vision of the Spirit poured out across Northern Israel. Let us, like Elisha, ask for more, that this outpouring would cross the borders into Lebanon, Syria, down to the South, Jerusalem, Samaria and into Jordan, Egypt and beyond. 

No one man, no one movement can contain what the Lord wants to do. However, when we find our place in the Body of the Messiah, serving and loving each other, laying down our own agenda and desires, then the Lord can find His remnant. 

I think the Lord is encouraging us 'Ask for something that you are willing to lay down your lives for!' 


An Eighth Day

Since March we have wondered if we should actually hold an eighth day of Celebration for the Nations in Jerusalem this year. We started to look for a suitable venue and continued to pray. After various hold ups and uncertainties the leaders fixed 48 hours to pray to make a final decision. A positive decision was made on Wednesday 24 May. We later found out that this is Jerusalem Day!

Eight in scripture signifies new beginnings. King David, who brought a new era for Israel, was the eighth son. A child is circumcised and named on the eighth day. Jesus rose on the first day of the new creation, or the eighth day. The Feast of Tabernacles, which has always been part of the inspiration and encouragement for Celebration, is eight days long. It was on that last and greatest day that Jesus stood and said:

“If anyone thirsts, let him come to me and drink. Whoever believes in me, as the Scripture has said, ‘Out of his heart will flow rivers of living water.’” (John 7:37-38). 

So we are excited to invite you to join us in Jerusalem for the eighth day of worship in Celebration for the Nations. We are sorry this is such late notice but please join us if you can.

Back to Louise



I have been listening to several interviews with prophetic people who have a very strong stirring that God is about to birth something new in the Spirit, a new sound on the earth! When will this happen? What will this look like? What will it sound like? I believe that we need to be willing to get away from feeling so safe in our worship by only singing songs that we know. What is the Lord singing to our hearts? Can we sing it out and see how it ebbs and flows and what it will bring? Can we be people who are free to get off the printed page and step into a time of singing out what we hear? I am excited when I hear these conversations because I know that it is 'For such a time as this' that we are gathering, and I believe that in our gathering at Mount Carmel there is a specific assignment for our time there that involves all of us. I believe there is a fresh anointing and intensity coming to the music of the Kingdom and that the world will love it! It will draw people to the LOVE of JESUS.



We have several worship teams confirmed to participate at Celebration 2017. They are: Sarah Lieberman (Israel), Karen Davis (Israel), Revival Korea, Heart House (Korea), Kinsgway Church (Korea), FLOW (Korea). Teams from Japan, Germany (Korean), and London (Korean) are also confirmed.  The East is well represented and we want to pray teams in from the North, South, and West to come and participate.

Can you pray for safe travels, health, and provision for the musicians? Also, that they will be guided by the Holy Spirit in their music, and have hearts that are ready to sing what they hear while in Israel.



WE will be meeting in a village and then in a city. WE want to honour and bless the people of diversity who we will meet in Israel. Pray for divine connections and hungry hearts in every meeting, and for discernment and wisdom in every conversation. Pray that even now hearts will be prepared for hearing music, seeing signs and wonders, and meeting King Jesus.



Bridget is assembling her anointed team and they are meeting for prayer and preparation regularly. They need funds and are working on some fund-raising projects, but we want them to be blessed and be able to have some joyful experiences along with their hard work while in Israel. Pray, too, for the children's hearts to be impacted by their time together so that it will affect the rest of their lives! They are tomorrow's leaders and we love and treasure them.



It takes many people to get Celebration launched. The volunteers need funds for their travel and stay in Israel.  We also want them to have some joyful experiences while there.

We also want people who are registered to attend to speak up about areas they are able to help in. There is hostessing, ushering, hospitality, clean-up, first-aid, serving meals, and prayer.



We appreciate the prayers you are offering on behalf of these groups. They are people of faith, and by joining with them in prayer and financial support you are participating in the Kingdom with them. 

Bless you!