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Jubilee SF presents an Easter concert on Palm Sunday

March 31, 2015
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On Palm Sunday 2015, Jubilee SF presents an Easter concert at 7PM in Bethel Christian church. It is a special concert which features Jubilee Chorus & Chamber Orchestra, Jubilee Worship.

In between the classical music offering and the contemporary worship Pastor Bill of Bethel addressed the profound meaning of Easter and the love of God.

Sandra directed Jubilee Chorus & Orchestra for this concert and the concert program is a series of Holy week music including songs with meditation of Jesus’ entering Jerusalem, Gethsemane prayer, the path of cross, the resurrection. Through the music, the passion and resurrection of Christ is expressed and revealed in hearts of everyone.

Jubilee worship leads the congregation with heart level worship and skillful music. The congregations are waving their hands and worship freely together with Jubilee worshipers.

The whole concert run well in process and is very successful. After the concert, some of the audience talk to Jubilee members to get to know Jubilee more and one brother wants to join Jubilee as a choral singer.

Currently, more and more musicians come to join Jubilee SF and have fellowship during rehearsals and concert. They shared that they can feel the Holy Spirit really works in this ministry. They got love and grace from this ministry. That’s why they are thankful that they can be a part of Jubilee world. They practiced hard for preparing the Easter concert this month.

Through concert, we really want to spread the message “Our Lord is the living God, He has overcome the world.” Jesus’ blood poured out for us on the cross. He bore our sins and washed us clean. Our Lord is glorified forever. He is the risen one. He is alive. He is the way, the truth, and the life. He is the only one that we could live for. We gave our thanks to God through our worship.