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ATLANTA, GA—July 26, 2015 – World Changers Church New York will welcome people of faith from all over the world to its annual New York Camp Meeting from July 14 – 17, 2015 at the church’s Bronx facility, formerly the Loew’s Paradise Theatre on Grand Concourse. With a focus on Faith, Power and Grace, the 2015 Camp Meeting promises to be a power-packed four days of inspiration, impartation and excitement, as Dr. Creflo Dollar and the WCC-NY congregation welcome a one-of-a-kind lineup of leaders from across the nation. The experience promises something for the entire family, with sessions daily addressing various aspects of life in Christ under the awesome grace of God.
The camp meeting at World Changers Church New York is legendary, renowned not only for the dynamic lineup of speakers who have graced the pulpit, but also for the explosive manifestation of God’s presence. This year will be no different, with a potent mix of revelation from the Word of God and world-class creative arts presentations. The speaker roster reads like a Who’s Who of Faith and Grace, with John Hagee, the longtime pastor of Cornerstone Church in San Antonio, Andrew Wommack, a global evangelist based in Colorado Springs, and Dave Demola, pastor of Faith Fellowship Ministries in nearby Sayreville, New Jersey. Add to that mix the host of the event, Dr. Creflo Dollar, and it is certain that the meeting will be unprecedented. Each speaker brings a unique and life-changing perspective on the subject of God’s Grace, and the way the gospel of Jesus Christ enables us to live successfully in the modern world.
Session times are 7:00 pm nightly at the main campus of WCC-NY, located at 2417 Grand Concourse in the Bronx. Registration is free and is required for all attendees. For more information or to register for the New York Camp Meeting 2015, visit World Changers Church - New York Camp Meeting. Don’t miss this opportunity to hear from four of the finest teachers of the gospel today. Register now, as seats are filling up fast.