United States-based Let Us Worship movement founder, Sean Feucht, will be participating in a Good Friday event in Johannesburg that will bring believers together to pray over South Africa and worship Jesus.
Thousands gathered in Roodepoort in July last year to worship the Lord in unity at a Let Us Worship event with Sean which saw hope ignited for the country despite the enemy’s attempts to dishearten God’s people.
This year’s event — a collaboration between the international Let Us Worship movement and SA’s We Will Worship movement that arose during lockdown — will be hosted by multiple churches in Johannesburg. It will start at 3pm on April 7 at New Covenant Church in Bryanston. Gates open at 1pm.
The event is free but you are asked to register at iTickets for crowd regulation purposes. Secure on-site parking is available for R50. Food vendors will be available.
Sean Feucht founded Let Us Worship in the US in reponse to panedmic regulations that shut down churches. The movement began as an outdoor worship tour across the country with a message of salvation, hope, and healing through Jesus Christ.
In 2022, Let Us Worship officially branched out globally on their two-year founding anniversary, with SA being the first international stop.
Organisers of the SA event on Good Friday say: “The aim is to continue this momentum in gathering South Africans to declare God’s word over our nation and see the hearts of the people lifted up in hope, unity and freedom – ultimately bringing about a shift in perspective and empowering people walk in what God has called them to do in this country.”
Sean, who is the keynote guest at the SA event, is a speaker, author, missionary, worship artist, activist, and the founder of multiple global movements including Burn 24-7, a worship and prayer movement spanning six continents and more than 250 cities; Light A Candle, a global missions and compassion movement; Hold the Line, a movement seeking to inspire the next generation of leaders to stand for what is right in the governmental arena; and Let Us Worship, an international movement gathering believers to worship and pray boldly for revival in their cities.
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