The fifth consecutive, New England-wide gathering of large Christian communities uniting in worship in Boston, Massachusetts will be held at the Agganis Arena on Sunday, October 9 at 6 p.m. Boston Night of Worship 2011 will feature more than 60 local worship leaders and a 100-person choir as well as world-renowned gospel singer Tye Tribbett and multi-talented worship leader and Christian recording artist Jared Anderson. In addition, God TV will record this mega-event for a future broadcast around the world.
BNOW 2011 builds on the momentum of last year’s breakthrough gathering that brought together more Christians from more denominations, ethnic groups and socio-economic backgrounds than any other event for decades in the Greater Boston area. More than twenty denominations and more than fifty ethnic groups were represented last year. Due to a series of pre-rallies across Massachusetts leading up to the main event at the Agganis Arena, this year’s night of worship is expected to broaden the range and depth of participation, reaching more people than ever.
“Uniting people of faith in Boston has never been as important as it is right now,” said Zenzo Matoga, founder and visionary leader of the Boston Night of Worship. “As a region, we need to tap into God’s power and perspective to deal with the serious economic, social and spiritual challenges facing the world. Boston Night of Worship 2011 will provide a venue for people to be refreshed, strengthened, inspired and, ultimately, touched by the Holy Spirit to go on victoriously in life. Anyone can have an encounter with the living God during this special night of worship. All people are welcome at Boston Night of Worship.”
Adding to the momentum will be BNOW’s first-ever 10-day prayer rally, which will be held during the week of October 3, combining two fundamentals of Christian faith: worship and prayer. Jubilee Christian Church will also host the first “United Night of Prayer-Boston” two days prior to the mega-worship event.