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Garth in concert at Springfield Methodist Church, Wolverhampton singing I Didn’t Speak Up, during his Strange Weapons Tour

See below for opportunities to catch him in your area



Strange Weapons Tour

March 4 – Crayford, Kent

March 10 – Lantern Arts Centre, London

March 19 – Cambridge, Cambs

April 19/20 – Fort Wayne, Indiana, USA

April 22/23 – Sarnia, Ontario, Canada

May 11 – Lincoln, Lincs

May 12 – Nottingham, Notts

May 20 – Lacock, Wiltshire

June 3 – Lindfield, West Sussex

July 7 – Abergavenny, Wales

Against the Grain Tour

September 13 – Dundee, Scotland

September 16 – Greenock, Scotland

September 29 – Lichfield, Staffordshire

September 30 – Redditch, Worcestershire

November 10 – Eastbourne, East Sussex

November 17 – Ipswich, Suffolk

November 25 – Croxley Green, Hertfordshire


There have also been enquiries from groups in South Cambridgeshire, Plymouth, Stokesley…

and other new dates are still being added so keep an eye on this page


If you would like to host Garth in your area, email or phone 07976 360844


Concert in Crayford, Kent

Strange Weapons Tour


When: Saturday 4th March 2017, 7pm


Where: Crayford Baptist Church, Bexley Lane, Crayford DA1 4DD


Tickets: £7 in advance, £8 at the door; Concessions £5; family ticket £18 (max 2 adults)

for tickets phone 07852 351406 or email





Concert in Raynes Park, London

Strange Weapons Tour


When: Friday 10th March 2017, 7.30pm


Where: Lantern Arts Centre, Tolverne Rd, Raynes Park, London SW20 8RA


Tickets: 0203 761 7070, or email –


Sunday Service

Garth will be speaking at St Paul’s Church, Cambridge, during the service


When: Sunday 19th March 2017

Where: St Paul’s, Hills Road, Cambridge, CB2 1JP


more information here


Concert in Fort Wayne, Indiana, USA

An evening with the Indiana Centre for Middle East Peace, and Friends of Sabeel North America


When: Thursday 20th April 2017


further details soon – watch this space!


‘I remember when I was a kid seeing Garth Hewitt on stage. He was banging on about Christians having a heart for the poor and saving the world and frankly I didn’t get any of it. Garth has always been ahead of his time and we are all catching up with what God has been saying through Garth for the last 30 years. I wish I had listened closer, but it sometimes takes a lifetime to recognise a true prophet. It is people like Garth who make us look at the world differently and realise what it is to be a true Christian.’


– Martin Smith (Delirious?)