Interdenominational youth group hosting revival in Millennium Park

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“Revival” means a restoration to life, consciousness, vigour and strength, or an awakening in a church or community. That is what is behind the efforts of a group of Creston’s young people.

Revival in the Park will be a two-evening celebration of creation, life and faith, taking place at 6:30 p.m. on Aug. 3 and 4 in Millennium Park. The program involves worship, music, guest speakers and mime. Everyone is welcome to attend. With free admission, catching the evenings at the downtown location could be a great summertime activity.

The hope is to challenge the young people of the Creston Valley to grow in leadership and initiative. Revival in the Park is put together by interdenominational young adults with the support of the Creston Ministerial Associa-tion. The event has a vision for unity, worship and discipleship. Anyone who chooses to attend can anticipate an inspirational combination of talent and participation.

“A group of us saw the need to come together,” said co-ordinator Megan Cook. “We feel like God is stirring something here in our area. We are waiting to respond and inspire the Creston Valley to live for Christ.”

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