Posted by WeAreWorship UK on 21 April 2015

Ben Cantelon, songwriter of 'The Way', 'Guardian', 'Happy Day' and lead worshipper with HTB London and Worship Central will be leading a night of worship on Tuesday April 28th 2015 at 7pm.

 

It wil be filmed at the TBN UK Studios in Willesden, London UK and you are invited!

 

Tickets are free but need to be requested from here. Alternatively email ukmedia@integritymusic.com and we'll get this sorted for you.

 

Filming starts at 7pm, so you'll need to arrive around 6.15-6.30pm.

It will be a fantastic evening of worship as Ben leads us with great songs to worship the King of Kings.

 

Obviously this would be one for people who love within an easy travel distance of London - sorry for those of you who see this but can't make it - but please join us in praying that all goes well. 

And in case you didn't know.....

TBN is the international leader in faith and family television. With over 30 networks available on 88 satellites, TBN and its family of networks are available in every nation across the world. But the exciting news on top of this, is that TBN UK is available in every home throughout the United Kingdom, broadcasting on Freeview channel 65! YEAH! So everyone can see it if they want to. If we had more time, we'd share some of the amazing stories of how people from no church backgrounds are discovering Christ through the worship music and programs on TBN.

So plan to join us on April 28th! Bring a gang of people! But you need to request your tickets so we know how many are coming.

 

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