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Friday, July 24, 2020
Festival of Praise
“Shout joyfully to the LORD!”
Psalm 100
We invite you to join us- in person, or via livestream,
for our next Festival of Praise!
On Friday, July 24th from 7-9pm EDT
We invite you to worship with us, and to be open to receive God’s love for you,
poured into your heart through the Holy Spirit.
God desires to fill you with His Love and Presence.
New this week:
For those attending in person:
The Nature of Fire food truck will begin serving burgers at 5:00pm!
Come early and enjoy great food and fellowship!
Please note that this week, the event will be from 7pm until 9pm.
In the event of poor weather, this event will be cancelled.
This week:
Testimony by Fr. Levi Hartle
Fr. Levi Hartle, priest of the Diocese of Pittsburgh, will be sharing his testimony of God’s love in his life.
Before Fr. Levi was born, he was consecrated to the Lord by his mother. As a child, he was brought up in Christ and says that he “fell in love with Jesus during my teenage years.” One day, as he was praising the Lord, he realized that he really meant the words he was singing. He really was in love with God! At the age of 18, God spoke clearly to him through one of the most profound prophetic words he has ever experienced, and from that day on, he knew he would serve God as his priest!
Come and be inspired by the work of God in Fr. Levi’s story!
Worship Led by Praise Nation
Praise Nation is a movement that seeks to remind the Church that She is an extension of the Divine Life of God into the world!
She does this by inviting the Church to praise God in all things so that the Church becomes living praise as St. Paul says she should be in Ephesians Chapter 1.
Learn more about Praise Nation:
Join us Live or In Person
At this time, we are permitted to have outdoor gatherings,
maintaining social distancing of 6ft.
In our county, there is not a limited number for attendance
for outdoor gatherings at this time,
but we hope to keep the gathering to a modest size
in order to ensure the health and safety of all participating.
We will include more information about attendance in the upcoming emails.
We will continue to update our guidelines and events as more information is given from civil and Church leadership.

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