An invitation to Davidic Praise!



AE member, Rev Sam Adewumi, is holding a inclusive evening of ‘Davidic Praise’ in London on Saturday 7th February for everyone who would like to join together for a night of Ecstatic Music Praise and Worship.

The event will take place at St Barnabas Church, Walthamstow and will start at 5:30pm.

Sam is a Pentecostal Minister with a heart to see an Inclusive Pentecostal Fellowship established in London.  He hopes that Davidic Praise on the 7th February will be a stepping stone towards that goal.

Sam writes,

“Davidic Praise” promises to be an evening of dynamic praise and worship experience in the presence of the Lord.

Through the power of the Holy Spirit, we hope to foster an atmosphere of liberty where people can freely and openly express their love, adoration, and worship for God in words, songs and dance, even as King David did (1 Chronicles 29: 10-13).

We believe that praise is a vehicle of faith which brings us into the presence and power of God, because God inhabits in the praises of His people (Psalms 22:3), God is set to refresh His people with His presence. The psalmist also writes, “Enter into his gates with thanksgiving, and into his courts with praise: be thankful unto him, and bless his name” (Psalms 100:4) Because we believe that Praise and worship is the “gate-pass” which allows us to enter the sacredness of God’s Shekinah glory; our hope is that as people encounter God in worship, they will be filled with hope, joy, strength and receive healing and restoration.

“Davidic Praise” is not only dynamic but it is also an inclusive praise, which aims to create an atmosphere where all believers/Christians can come together in worship irrespective of their social class, age, race, gender, or sexuality.  Because we recognize the centrifugal power of music to bring people together. Our long term vision for “Davidic Praise” is to use it as a platform to bring Christian churches of all doctrinal persuasions and diversity together for a yearly praise and worship event. We may have different doctrinal views and postures about many issues of life; however we believe that praise and adoration of our God is one thing we all agree to in common. In praise, we find a common voice, united in the love of the One who gave Himself for us all, whether we are Orthodox, Pentecostal, Evangelical,  Gay or Straight Church.”

Come expecting to be blessed!



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