Location: The Church at Liberty Square
Get ready for a high Sabbath with academy choirs, a variety of music groups, and mission reports. Guest speaker will be Iki Taimi, pastor of the Gardena Community Church in California. A highlight is the afternoon expression session, when youth take to the stage to share their faith with their peers through music, drama, and personal testimonies.
About Iki Taimi
Pastor Iki Taimi is passionate about serving Jesus as he leads Gardena Church in California. He is a gifted communicator, has a rich cultural background as a Tongan islander, and is blessed with a wonderful wife and two beautiful children! We are thankful that he is our speaker!
Concert with Jimmy Needham
Jimmy Needham has something to say, and that's a good thing. The soulful Texan has a musical style all his own with a message to boot. Socially conscious, genre-bending, and vocally acrobatic! Needham's God-given gifts create inspirational music that's good for the soul and strengthening to the believer's faith. Jimmy and his wife, Kelly, currently reside in Dallas, TX, with their two daughters, Lively and Sophia, and one adopted son, Benjamin. Learn more about Jimmy at www.jimmyneedham.com
Worship and festival activities are always free! All ages are welcome, and registration is not required.(There is only a suggested offering of $5 per person to help cover costs.) Feel free to come and join us!
Meal tickets are required if you don't plan to bring your own lunch and/or dinner. The deadline to purchase your meal ticket(s) is March 7. Meals are pre-ordered and prepaid before Sabbath. There will be no meal tickets for sale on the day of the event. Many choose to bring a sack lunch. Cost is $8 per meal. Lunch will be a 6" veggie sub, chips, fruit, drink, and dessert; dinner will be two (2) slices of cheese pizza, veggies, drink, and dessert.
Concert tickets to the evening performance by Jimmy Needham are $8 per person.
Concert and meal tickets can be purchased here.
Call 706-629-7951, ext. 346 or email firstname.lastname@example.org