Experience Music Plans June 8 Night of Worship and Celebration on the Square
Experience Music will lead another community worship night on the Murfreesboro Public Square. On Friday, June 8, Experience Music hopes to bring the city together for So Will I, a night of worship and celebration at the heart of downtown, while bringing awareness to nonprofit causes.
Experience Community Church partners with Feed America First, a nonprofit organization focused on fighting hunger for Tennesseans in need. Past gatherings with Experience Music on the Square have proven to be inspirational, fun and successful for community members as well as local businesses. Several restaurants and shops on the Square will feature special discounts and other benefits for worship night attendees. Experience Music will lead the crowd with exciting live musical performances and invites people of all backgrounds to join in for song and prayer.
The worship night will be driven by contemporary live worship music from Experience Music. The group is well-known for their impactful modern worship concert experiences. In between performances, there will be occasional communion throughout the night, along with focused prayer sessions. The night will close with baptisms and fun celebration under the trees surrounding the Murfreesboro Courthouse. Additionally the city’s best artists will line the streets of the Square, proudly creating and displaying their best work to see.
Feed America First will have a booth on the Square to allow people to make donations and learn more about their cause to fight hunger. Their current goal is to raise $5,000, enough to feed 50,000. For just one dollar, the organization can provide 10 to 15 meals. Over the past few weekends, the organization has set up at Experience Community Church to begin accepting donations to get a head start on their goal.
Mayor Shane McFarland will open the June 8 event with a group prayer. The night begins at 7:30 p.m., but due to the large expected turnout, attendees are encouraged to arrive early to allow extra time for parking.
Source: The Murfreesboro Pulse