Atlanta, GA, October 15, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Rehoboth Fellowship of Atlanta will celebrate with a Unity in the Community Musical featuring recording artists on Saturday, November 14 at 6:00 p.m. followed by the Official Installation Service of Pastor Troy Sanders on Sunday, November 15 at 3:00 p.m. Both events are free and open to the public and will be held at First Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church, 816 Maynard Terrace SE, Atlanta, Ga.
The Unity in the Community Musical, emceed by Pastor Juandolyn Stokes of Deeper Life in Christ Ministries of Conyers, Georgia, will feature a unique roster of powerful artists for an unforgettable night of music and dance on Saturday, November 14 at 6:00 p.m. Bishop-elect Dennis Meredith and the nationally recognized Anointed Voices of Tabernacle Baptist Church will be joined by Pastor Courtney Jones and the Rehab Choir, Sanctuary Village of Power, Pastor Eric Jackson and Karriem Patrick Ministry of Dance. “One of the most meaningful connections is the gift of music and song. We are coming together, united in our love for our community, music and the arts,” said Pastor Sanders.
Rehoboth will hold is Official Installation Service of Pastor Troy Sanders on Sunday, November 15 at 3:00 p.m. “This historic service will mark the end of a 14-month season of preparation and the beginning of stepping out in joyful, high spirited celebration,” said Pastor Sanders. Keynote preacher, Bishop Yvette Flunder, pastor of City of Refuge UCC in San Francisco and presiding bishop of the Fellowship of Affirming Ministries, will deliver a rousing message of inclusive love. Singer and choral director, Brian Reeves, will lead worship. Other special guests include Bishop Alex Byrd of Living Faith Covenant Church in Dallas, TX and Rev. June Boutwell, Southeast Conference Minister of the United Church of Christ.
About Rehoboth Fellowship of Atlanta
After completing a 14-month process of building a solid infrastructure for the church with a core group of gifted women and men, Rehoboth Fellowship of Atlanta will open its doors to the community on Sunday, November 1, 2015. The church has declared and is demonstrating the radically inclusive love of Jesus Christ. “No matter who – no matter what – no matter where we are on life's journey – notwithstanding race, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, class or creed – we all belong to God and to one worldwide community of faith” and are welcome at Rehoboth Fellowship of Atlanta (taken directly from The United Church of Christ’s “What We Believe”). The church will offer a Sunday afternoon worship service at 3:00 p.m. and numerous opportunities to worship, connect and serve at 816 Maynard Terrace SE, Atlanta, Ga. Visit the church’s website at makeroom4me.com, Facebook page at facebook.com/MakeRoom4Me or Twitter page at twitter.com/makeroom4meatl.