[notice]Jessica Spronk extends an invitation on behalf of
PE Burn 24-7.[/notice]
Join us this weekend for our first BURN 24-7 citywide, interdenominational worship event of 2016. BURN 24-7 is an international movement aimed at uniting churches in the name of Jesus through worship and prayer events. These events have been running in Port Elizabeth and the surrounding areas for a few years and have been a powerful tool in igniting the hearts of worshippers throughout the city, and this year is no exception!
Our first BURN 24-7 Worship event will be hosted by Bluewater Bay Community Church, running from Friday, March 4, 2016 from 6pm until 12pm and then again on Saturday, March 5, 2016 from 8am until 12pm midday .
Friday night will be 6 hours of authentic, burning worship for our city as we are led by worship teams representing various churches from all around the city. We encourage youth groups and church groups to come and join in and worship together with one voice for our city and for our nation.
Saturday morning will be a combination of worship from 8am and treasure hunting for souls from 10am as we hit the streets to share the love of Jesus and pray for those in need. Those who would like to take part in the ‘Treasure Hunt’ will be meeting at 10am for some basic pointers and then hitting the community thereafter. Worship will continue at Bluewater Bay Community Church as we pray for those who are seeking out the lost and broken in the city in the name of Jesus. We will all meet back at Bluewater Bay Community Church at 12pm to share testimonies and end off our first BURN 247 event with praise and thanksgiving in our hearts and in our worship.
We encourage you and your community, youth or church group to set aside this weekend to worship and seek God for the lost and broken. If your worship team would like to lead a worship slot on either the Friday night or the Saturday morning, please contact Pete Gooch on firstname.lastname@example.org.
View a video clip of Burn 24-7 founder Sean Feucht sharing on how God is using worshipers in the toughest conflict zones in the Middle East.