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We’re so happy for the turnout of the 2017 NH Night of Worship! Hundreds came out from all streams, denominations, generations and ethnic backgrounds to worship together Friday, September 30 at Ste. Marie’s in Manchester.
Two key themes for our evening came from 2 Chron 20:12, which came
during a time of great peril as three enemy armies were attacking Judah that reminds us of the troubles of today, “ We don’t know what to do, but our eyes are on you.” A second theme came from Revelations 4-7 which describes worship in heaven where Jesus, the angels and saints, and all the people from every nation worshipping and declaring, “Holy, Holy, Holy is the Lord Almighty!” In short, we were caught up in the Lord’s presence. We attribute this to Jesus being pleased that his people from many streams came together as one.
We recognize it takes a Body working together each in their respective parts to make an event like this happen, and it takes a United Church to give Jesus the glory due to His name! Thank you to everyone who joined in to lift up the name of Jesus as one Family. Thank you to Ste. Marie’s for hosting, the Catholic Charismatic Renewal Group for their service, and Hope Tabernacle, Grace Capital and all the other churches who led us in worship. Thank you to Fellowship of Christian Athletes, the NHA Prayer Canopy and all the pastors and ministries who contributed to the evening in prayer.
We see the Lord doing tremendous things to both bring together and revive His Church in New Hampshire. Greater things are yet to come New Hampshire!