Warren Community Fellowship hosts 'The Lion of Judah'
Conjure the spirit of the rising of Christ with an evening of praise and live performance.
The public is invited to observe Passover next Saturday, March 31 with a joint performance from Warren Community Fellowship's choir, praise team and praise band.
"The Lion of Judah" will feature musical performances directed by Teresa Williamson, choir director at Warren Community Fellowship Church.
"Jesus was the lion of the tribe of Judah," Williamson explains. "He came the first time as a lamb. When he comes back, he will come back as a lion to make it so there is a beautiful world for us to live in. When he comes back, he will wipe away our tears. It's a beautiful thing."
"The Lion of Judah" will feature the choir singing with the accompaniment of a band featuring piano, guitars and drums.
With an estimated 20-25 people in the church choir, the musical event promises to be robust and powerful.
"The Lion of Judah is the worshipper's response to knowing Jesus," Williamson says. "The choir is singing their response to God and they're inviting the congregation to join them. It will be, at times, interactive. There will be some reading the congregation will join us on, there will be some testimony and most of the songs are songs that people will recognize."
Everyone is welcome to attend, regardless of whether they are congregation members. The event is free.
Williamson says she's excited to see the choir's hard work come together with a full band next weekend on the eve of Easter Sunday.
If you go
What: The Lion of Judah
When: 7 p.m. Saturday, March 31
Where: Warren Community Fellowship
56523 Columbia River Hwy, Warren
Cost: Free and open to the public