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Kingdom Culture Conference

presented by Crestwood Vineyard and Our Lord's Community Church
January 26-28, 2018


An equipped church is a church that can change a City. What if the Church across Oklahoma City and beyond had what it needed to release the kingdom of God in their spheres of influence?

Kingdom Culture Conference is a FREE event presented by Crestwood Vineyard and Our Lord's Community Church featuring seasoned and catalytic kingdom leaders, Alan and Kathryn Scott.


Alan Scott was the founding and lead pastor of the Causeway Coast Vineyard Church. Since its beginning the Church grew through scattered servants bringing life to the city. The Church has planted several other churches and is the originator and catalyst for the healing on the streets movement. 

Alan is a visionary leader, gifted communicator, and a prophetic voice who seeks to bring together biblical principles and supernatural power in a way that supplies the destiny of ordinary people. His passion involves raising up trusted rulers who are kingdom carriers that change the culture.

Alan now lives in Orange County California,  where he enjoys dating his wife Kathryn, raising his two girls, being with friends and thinking and dreaming of ways to lead the church beyond the building.

Kathryn was born in 1974 into a wonderful Christian family, and is the eldest of four children.  Having grown up in Northern Ireland, she moved to England in the early 90s to study theology at the Elim Bible College. Not only did she earn my degree there, but also met and married the lovely Alan Scott! In 1996 the Scott's moved to Glasgow (where Alan is from) and became assistant pastors in the South West Glasgow Vineyard as it was at the time, and served there for two years. After that time Alan and Kathryn both felt the Lord was leading them to move back to Ireland and plant Causeway Coast Vineyard Church.

Whilst that is some of the story with church planting, there was a whole other world opening up at the same time. Kathryn met Brian Doerksen in 1997 and he trained about ten worship leaders over the course of the next two years.  

This was when Kathryn wrote and recorded Hungry and Child of God. In 2002, she signed to Integrity Music, with whom she recorded three solo albums, Satisfy, I Belong and We Still Believe. She also released an independent EP called "Sing on the Battlefield" in 2014 and is excited for what is next.

Alan and Kathryn have two beautiful daughters called Sophie and Emily, and two slightly crazy labs called Charlie and Lily!  They are so grateful for all the Lord has called them to, and for the enormous fun they have had along the way as it has all unfolded!


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