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April 2015 News

A chance to worship your heart out

  • Written by  Elissa Dowling
David Stanfield worshipping with a banner during a ‘Worship Your Heart Out’ night Photo: Provided

Once a month on a Saturday night, a group of worshippers from different churches and denominations gathers in the foyer of Rangeville Community Church.

It is a night of free worship with one simple aim – to intercede for the city and worship the Lord wholeheartedly.

Dubbed ‘Worship Your Heart Out’, a key feature of the nights is the use of banners. 

There is also no formal leading or prayer time – just simply worship. 

“We wanted to create a place where people can come and experience an extended worship time that often isn’t possible in a congregation on a Sunday morning,” worship night coordinator David Stanfield said. 

David said the nights were also a way of connecting people from different churches in Toowoomba.

“It reminds us that we are part of something much bigger and that God has a plan for Christians in the whole city.”

Anyone is welcome to join the evenings and banners are available for use at the church. 

The next worship night will be held on Saturday, May 2 from 7-9pm. Supper will follow.

For more information contact Julia Smith on 0413 898 545 or Pam Phillipa on 4615 2379. 

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