Together 2016

together 2016

Many people from Bethel Church and the Fargo / Moorhead area are on their way to the National Mall for a historic gathering this Saturday. Together aims to gather One Million people in Washington, D.C. this Saturday for a day of unified prayer and worship.

You are invited to be apart via live stream at Bethel Church. We want to come alongside Together and pray for our city, our state and our country. Join us anytime between 8 a.m. and Noon in the Family Life Center THIS Saturday, July 16. Come for 5 minutes or the whole time! There will be prayer sheets for anyone that wants to privately pray, we will have times of corporate prayer and the live feed will allow us to join Together in Washington D.C. to help lead us into a place of worship and prayer.

Pastor Andy Veith is excited to see Bethel Church join with a million people in seeing Christ glorified and the body of Christ united and crying out for blessing on our nation. Veith says, “Praise God for Pulse and the vision God has given Nick Hall.”

“Our dream is for one million people from all backgrounds to be part of this historic day, standing together for Jesus on the National Mall,” said Hall. “We wanted to plan something that we couldn’t possibly do on our own—something that requires the Church to come together in unison.”

Hall has been sharing the message of “reset” at PULSE events all over the world for the last four years. Reset is a term that has been resonating with young people because it represents the clearing of past errors, as with various electronic devices; a reset gets the system working toward its created purpose. Together 2016 aims to deliver that message on a much larger scale, bringing people together from across the nation in the country’s capitol to pray for a national reset.

Please consider a financial donation as there is great need. Additional security and other equipment is needed to ensure safety. Donations can be brought to Bethel and we will forward to Nick and His team. Please make checks out to Pulse.