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A Night with
New Room

Join us for our first-ever livestream evening of worship,
teaching, and prayer for great awakening.

Friday, September 25, 2020

6:00–8:00pm CDT (Main Session)

8:00–9:00pm CDT (Concert of Prayer)

This year, we will come to you—
wherever you are—via streaming video.

Along with our team, we will bring:

  • Awakening songs from Mark Swayze and Brenna Bullock
  • A timely keynote from Jim Cymbala of the Brooklyn Tabernacle in New York City
  • An intimate worship set from Pat Barrett
  • An interview-style conversation between Miriam Swaffield and Lo Alaman

The evening will close with a concert of prayer uniting thousands of hearts together across thousands of miles of apartness to sow for a great awakening.

Speakers

Jim Cymbala

Pastor @ Brooklyn Tabernacle
Author, Fresh Wind, Fresh Fire

Miriam Swanson

Global Student Mission Leader
@ Fusion Movement

Lo Alaman

Poet & author, We Sang a Dirge

Mark Swayze

Pastor of Student Ministry
@ The Woodlands UMC

Brenna Bullock

Worship Leader
@ The Woodlands UMC

Pat Barrett

Worship Leader & Songwriter
Good, Good Father; Build My Life

J. D. Walt

Sower-in-Chief @ Seedbed
Author, The Seedbed Daily Text

David Thomas

New Room Senior Advisor

Mark Benjamin

Director of New Room Conference

*Speakers subject to change

Schedule

6:00pm  Opening Video
6:10pm  Worship & Welcome
6:30pm  David Thomas
6:45pm  Lo Alaman & Miriam Swaffield
7:25pm  J. D. Walt
7:40pm  Pat Barrett
7:45pm  Jim Cymbala
8:00–9:00pm  Concert of Prayer

Register

This event is free for everyone, everywhere.
Registration is required so we can deliver:

  • The livestream event link
  • Complimentary recordings of the evening
  • Additional resources to be sent after the event

This event is

FREE

Friday, September 25

6:00pm - 8:00pm CST

Groups

A word about hosting a gathering with your band, small group, or church community:

Given the realities of Covid-19 we leave it up to each community with regard to whether they will physically gather in homes or at church facilities. We recommend that each group that physically gathers follow social distancing guidelines and use best practices given by local and national health officials.

That being said, we would love it if people would participate in the event together with their small group, staff, or community.

The evening has 2 main parts:

  • The first 2 hours are a livestream event with worship, teaching, and prayer that can be accessed via smartphone, tablet, laptop or PC and can easily be projected onto a TV or projector.
  • The final hour is a concert of prayer to be led live by our team, taking place in a Zoom meeting. Across the four movements of the hour we will break out into smaller prayer groups of 10-20 people.

Even though we welcome you to host a group, we still encourage you to have each and every person attending register through the link provided. This lets us know how many people we have in total attendance, as well as allows us to provide each participant with complimentary follow up materials and links to the talks should they for any reason they missed a portion or would like to view them again.

Contact

Any questions? Reach out to us using the form below.