Community Invited To Unite, Worship, And Pray For The Country On Oct. 2

Community Invited To Unite, Worship, And Pray For Our Country

Friday, September 22, 2017
The Union, a music incubator launched by Chattanooga House of Prayer, will host Worship Night on Monday, Oct.
2,
 from 7–9 p.m. at Chattanooga House of Prayer at 3912 Dayton Boulevard in Red Bank.
 
Worship leaders from across Chattanooga will unite to lead attendees in worship and prayer.
 
“If ever there was a time our country and city needed the intervention of God, it is now,” said Matthew Macaulay, Worship and Creative Development director of Chattanooga House of Prayer. “We invite any and everyone to attend in order to worship and pray because there is mighty power in united prayer!”
 
Worship Night was previously scheduled on Sept. 11; however, it was rescheduled due to the severe weather that descended on the Tennessee Valley as a result of the aftermath of Hurricane Irma.
 
For more information about The Union or to learn about upcoming events, visit www.theunionmusic.org or call 925 234-6847.


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