Worship Night in America: An evening of unity and prayer for our country

VANCOUVER — On Tue., Oct. 25, churches across America will join together for a unique moment in time for Worship Night In America: An Evening Of Unity And Prayer For Our Country, hosted by Chris Tomlin.

The one night only event will hit movie theaters across the nation, calling all streams of the church to unite – not on politics – but on the foundation of their faith in God through worship and prayer.

vancovuer-washington-worship-night-in-america-east-woods-presbyterian-church-kiggins-bowlThis is a sold-out event filmed at Madison Square Garden, plus exclusive back-stage footage and interviews that will inspire, challenge and encourage your family, your church family, and our Vancouver/Portland community.

East Woods Presbyterian Church of east Vancouver will host this event for the greater Vancouver area at the Kiggins Theater in downtown Vancouver at 1011 Main St, from 5:30 p.m. to 8:15 p.m.  Prayer time locally is scheduled from 5:30 to 6 p.m.

“The church should be about prayer,” Tomlin said. “Worship Night In America will bring together the entire church from all backgrounds and regions to do what matters most – worship our Father and unite in prayer for our country.”

Chris Tomlin will be joined by authors/pastors Max Lucado and Louie Giglio and many more national faith leaders and musical guests for WORSHIP NIGHT IN AMERICA: An Evening of Unity and Prayer For Our Country.

Tickets for the Vancouver event are $12 online at this link: https://www.tugg.com/events/worship-night-in-america-an-evening-of-unity-and-prayer-for-our-country-gw2f

Tickets will also be sold at the door.

For more information please call Gwen Wagner at 209-329-2751 or send an email to communications@eastwoodspres.org.

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Ken Vance got his start in the newspaper industry in 1987 as a reporter at The Columbian Newspaper in Vancouver. Vance graduated from Stevenson High School in Stevenson, WA, and attended Clark College in Vancouver. He worked for The Columbian from 1987-2001. He was most recently a staff member of The Reflector Newspaper in Battle Ground, where he served as editor since 2010 and reporter since 2007. Vance’s work in the newspaper industry has won him multiple awards, including a first place award from the Society of Professional Journalists for in-depth reporting.

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