Getting Together with Family

UPDATE: Pictures of this event can be viewed here.

We’re really excited about a new family gathering we’ve planned for this Monday, August 5th - It’s our first SPIRIT Night Of Worship!

The idea for Spirit NOW really struck me as I looked out over 10,000 people all singing together at the Chris Tomlin concert in April. In that moment, it wasn’t about Chris, the band, the lights, or the massive sound system. It was about lifting our voices together to Him. There’s just something about getting together with other SPIRIT listeners to worship and pray together as a family that helps us to keep our life grounded in God and focused on all the right things.

So, that’s what Spirit NOW is all about- singing out to God together and praying for our families, our cities and nation. It’s not about a particular church, worship leader, or radio station. That’s why we’ve selected a different church to host this event each month, and we’ve asked local worship leaders and bands to partner with us. One thing we are sure of - God inhabits the worship of His people, which makes Spirit NOW really important. And, as a radio station, if we can gather the family together in one location to bring honor and glory to His Name, then we’re "all in."

Will you come? Bring your whole family, invite your friends and neighbors, and sing your heart out along with “The Exchange,” a local band that was the runner up in last year’s SPIRIT 1053 Local Music Project. Here’s the details:

SPIRIT Night Of Worship with The Exchange

  • WHERE: Lifepoint Church, 14619 28th St. NE, Lake Stevens, WA 98258
  • WHEN: Monday, August 05, 2013
  • TIME: 6:30-8:30 pm
  • FREE Admission

See you Monday!!

Matt

Leave a comment:

· Subscribe to comments
Be the first to comment here!
  • For Everything There’s a Time

    While this moment in time seems a relatively good season for my family, I also see many others within the sphere of my life in a season of struggle with difficult challenges. My heart sinks when people suffer with a broken relationship, life threatening illness, or the loss of a loved one. Read More

Most Recent Comment

  1. For Everything There’s a Time

    Lee Hermsen said "Thank you, Larry, for these encouraging words. We will never know until we get to heaven how many people you helped tod..." Join the Discussion!