This night is all about coming EXPECTING GREAT WORSHIP!
God gave Living In God's Presences an assignment for December 8, 2018 and you are expected to be a key part of the night. We want you all to participate in GREAT WORSHIP for our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. They will be ministering new song off their upcoming 2019 project.
There will be special guest vocalists Lauren Kelley, Chris Hall & more.
A portion of the offering will go to getting care packages to the homeless and families in need for the Christmas.
If you want to donate items instead of giving during the offering time please bring things like socks, deodorant, toothpaste, toothbrushes, etc. If you can not be present that night but would like to donate items please contact:
RaShawn Truss * 937-536-7582 * firstname.lastname@example.org
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Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals and improve conditions. Your generous donation will fund our mission.
Your donation will be used to buy socks, deodorant, toothpaste, toothbrushes, food, etc. for homeless and needy families.
A Springfield native, is the youngest of five children born to Bruce & Cindy Kelley. Her father serves as Overseer of the Church of God in Springfield where she is a member. Growing up in a “family” church, Lauren and her relatives honed the skill of harmonizing through a cappella singing because there is no accompanist. This hearkens to the period of early twentieth century African-American worship when singing was accompanied by the percussive hand clap and foot stomp.
Lauren’s performances continued as a member of North High School Chamber Choir. Her church choir sang for President George W. Bush’s campaign rally in 2004. In 2013, Lauren was asked to sing the National Anthem for a National Day of Prayer event held on the lawn of the White House in Washington, D.C. In 2015, she worked with Springfield’s own award-winning Project Jericho by assembling and training a small vocal ensemble for the end-of-the-year performance. She has also sung at numerous events and concerts in Springfield and other places.
When Lauren isn’t writing music or singing, she enjoys the company of family and friends, traveling, sports and art & design. She is employed at the Clark County Juvenile Court. Her hope is to be a blessing to everyone she encounters.
A Springfield native, guitar player with a gift to sing as well.
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