$42.50 – $475

Worship Under An Open Heaven featuring Maranda Curtis

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Prospect Heights High School

883 Classon Ave

Brooklyn, NY 11225

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Beulah Church of God Seventh Day invites you to join us for a night of worship on Saturady, December 14, 2019 with psalmist and worshiper Maranda Curtis who sings such songs as “Nobody Like You Lord”, “Let Praises Rise”, “Open Heaven”, "I'm All In". Rich Tolbert Jr. who sings “Miracle Worker” , "Never Be Defeated" and Judith Gayle who sings "Stay With God", 'I Believe", "Things Already Better", "Breakthrough" and countless others.

Come with your praise as we anticipate a move of God and an out pour of His Spirit.

Please note the NEW VENUE is Prospect Heights High School at 883 Classon Ave Brooklyn, NY 11225.

(Between President & Union Streets)

Doors Open at 6pm. Concert begins at 7pm.

Everyone Must Have a Ticket. General Admission. (SEATING is FIRST COME FIRST SERVED)

VIP Tickets includes - Preferred Seating In Front & Light Refreshments.

HOSTED by: Beulah Church of God Seventh Day Evangelical, Inc. 1405 Utica Ave Brooklyn, NY 11203

For more information CALL OR TEXT 917-460-5482.or 718-763-0791

EMAIL: BeulahCog7Events@gmail.com

No refunds unless event is Cancelled.

FAQs

What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?

  • Bus: B16, B44-SBS, B45, B48

  • Subway: 3, 4, 5

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

For more information CALL OR TEXT 917-460-5482.or 718-763-0791

EMAIL: BeulahCog7Events@gmail.com

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

Yes. Please bring your printed ticket with you.

Is there a price for children?

Yes. Children 12 & Under is $25 which can be paid at the door.

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Prospect Heights High School

883 Classon Ave

Brooklyn, NY 11225

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