Worship & Reconciliation across Racial, Ethnic, and Socioeconomic Cultural Lines
A vesper service led by David Bailey and the Urban Doxology Band.
What does worship look like for the urban context? What does worship look like for a church that is economically, educationally, and culturally diverse? Reconciliation is a key theme of worship all year long at East End Fellowship Church in Richmond, Virginia. In this service, their own music and worship leaders invite us into the sound of reconciliation in their urban context, with prayers and music that draw deeply on ancient patterns of worship. Come ready to taste and see how the Spirit is active in Christ-centered reconciliation through public congregational worship that intentionally crosses cultural and socioeconomic divides in a gospel-centered way.
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