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Joe Byrne Stadium home to evangelical services this weekend

Evangelist Will Graham pictured here speaking at the Celebration of Hope in Siksika First Nation, southeast of Calgary, in 2015 will be in Grand Falls-Windsor this weekend.
Evangelist Will Graham pictured here speaking at the Celebration of Hope in Siksika First Nation, southeast of Calgary, in 2015 will be in Grand Falls-Windsor this weekend.

There will be a different type of activity hosted at the Joe Byrne Memorial Stadium this weekend.

The Grand Falls-Windsor Celebration of Hope with Will Graham is taking place Sat., Nov. 5 and Sun., Nov. 6 at Joe Byrne Memorial Stadium.
Evangelist Will Graham, grandson of Billy Graham (and the son of Franklin Graham) will be speaking both nights. He has taken the message of Christianity around the world, including nine Canadian provinces and one territory.
The celebration starts at 7 p.m. on Nov. 5 (doors open at 6 p.m.) and 6 p.m. (doors open at 5 p.m.) on Nov. 6. The event includes music from these Christian artists:
Saturday:  Springdale band Sevenview, Canadian bands The Color and The City Harmonic, plus Canadian rapper Manafest.
Sunday:  Sevenview, The Color and country singer Jason Crabb.
Admission is free both nights and everyone in the region is welcome to attend.
Preparations for the celebration (one of two being held in Newfoundland and Labrador in November) have been underway since early 2016, in partnership with most of the region’s churches.  
More information is available at  www.CelebrationOfHope.ca
 

The Grand Falls-Windsor Celebration of Hope with Will Graham is taking place Sat., Nov. 5 and Sun., Nov. 6 at Joe Byrne Memorial Stadium.
Evangelist Will Graham, grandson of Billy Graham (and the son of Franklin Graham) will be speaking both nights. He has taken the message of Christianity around the world, including nine Canadian provinces and one territory.
The celebration starts at 7 p.m. on Nov. 5 (doors open at 6 p.m.) and 6 p.m. (doors open at 5 p.m.) on Nov. 6. The event includes music from these Christian artists:
Saturday:  Springdale band Sevenview, Canadian bands The Color and The City Harmonic, plus Canadian rapper Manafest.
Sunday:  Sevenview, The Color and country singer Jason Crabb.
Admission is free both nights and everyone in the region is welcome to attend.
Preparations for the celebration (one of two being held in Newfoundland and Labrador in November) have been underway since early 2016, in partnership with most of the region’s churches.  
More information is available at  www.CelebrationOfHope.ca
 

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