REFUGE | An Evening with Audrey Assad & Fernando Ortega | Nashville, TN

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Christ Church Nashville

15354 Old Hickory Blvd

Nashville, TN 37211

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Join Audrey Assad, the daughter of a Syrian refugee, and Fernando Ortega, an eighth generation New Mexican, for an evening of sharing songs and stories about their heritage as we explore how Christians can be peace-bearers for those in need of refuge. Hosted by Lee C. Camp (creator of the Tokens Show, and professor of Theology at Lipscomb University), the event will feature a pre-show VIP panel discussion with refreshments provided by Cafe Rakka, alongside a fine art gallery featuring local Nashville visual artists Stacy Beam, Georganna Greene, Hannah Pickering, Jessica Brown, and photography by Jeremy Cowart.

A portion of all proceeds to benefit Preemptive Love Coalition.

Visual Art Gallery opens at 6:00pm
VIP Doors 6:00pm
VIP Panel Discussion 6:30pm
Tokens Season Ticketholder Doors 6:45pm
General Admission Doors 7:00pm
Concert 7:30pm

VIP DISCUSSION:
A limited number of VIP tickets are available for a panel discussion before the concert with Lee C. Camp, Audrey Assad and representatives from Preemptive Love Coalition. This exclusive pre-show event offers deeper insight into the issues at-hand surrounding the theme of “Refuge,” and an opportunity to hear thoughtful questions answered by those invested in the work.


ABOUT PREEMPTIVE LOVE COALITION:

Violence unmakes the world. Preemptive Love Coalition (PLC) is a global movement of peacemakers committed to unmaking violence by confronting fear with acts of love. Our coalition stretches across Iraq, Syria, the United States, and beyond, working together to create the more beautiful world our hearts know is possible. We meet families on the frontlines of conflict, providing them lifesaving food, water, and medical care. We give them what they need to hold on and hold out.

We continue to stand with our friends across the globe as they recover, once the dust settles—showing them they are not forgotten. After living under oppressive violence and conflict, we help them restore their health, rebuild their houses, redevelop infrastructure. Because with stability comes hope. We create jobs for those victimized by ISIS—providing long-term opportunities rather than handouts through small business grants, tools, and coaching—equipping families to write new, hopeful stories about their futures.

It’s one thing to help people survive. But helping them flourish in the face of hardship? That’s how we unmake violence. That’s how we create a more beautiful world together.


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Christ Church Nashville

15354 Old Hickory Blvd

Nashville, TN 37211

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