THE PRAYER GARDEN OF MEMPHIS, a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide an interdenominational Christian-based platform accessible to all individuals wishing to restore peace in their lives and the City of Memphis through corporate prayer will present A Day of Prayer, Praise and Healing Explosion on Saturday, November 9, 2013 at Levitt Shell (Overton Park), 1928 Poplar Ave.
This will mark THE PRAYER GARDEN OF MEMPHIS’ (PGOM) inaugural prayer and gospel music concert which will feature a morning corporate prayer rally at 9:30AM featuring prayer by twenty-four Memphis area ministers on the twenty-four top issues of the City of Memphis and its residents. The Prayer Rally will also include music by Stellar Award nominated keyboardist, writer and producer Winston Stewart, gospel singer and actress Deborah Manning-Thomas, Greg Wells & Community Choir, The Oakhaven Mighty Hawk Marching Band, and dance ministry by Prophetic Dance Ministry.
Gospel’s top national artists and Memphis-based vocalists and groups will be featured in the PGOM afternoon Praise Explosion Concert at 3:30PM. Performing live are BET’s Sunday Best winner Crystal Aikin, renowned Gospel choir Billy Rivers & The Angelic Voices of Faith, Christian rap pioneer Mr. Del, spoken word artist Janette…Ikz and Memphis’ own The Pentecostal Church Mass Choir, New Direction Praise Dance Team and Live and Direct Choir. Also added to this dynamic concert event are Tirvarrus & God’s Project. Concert gates open at 3:00PM.
The prayer rally is free and open to the public. Concert admission is free and open to the public with a $10 suggested donation. PGOM invites people across all denominations and ethnicities to unite through prayer and music to help bring continual healing to the City of Memphis and the nation.
For more information about or to participate as a vendor at this event, contact: Omerge Alliances, Olivia Scott-Perkins at 646-325-3201.
A Day of Prayer, Praise and Healing Explosion invites people across all denominations and ethnicities to unite through prayer and music to help bring continual healing to the City of Memphis and The Nation.