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Outdoor Event Brings Members Together

posted on March 13, 2015, under Church by

by Dale Bass

Midport Church Elder David Broomfield presented a short devotional vespers at Midport Church's first annual SingSpiration event held on Dale and Dianna Bass' Twin Lakes Park property. (Photo: Haroldo Arismendi)

Midport Church Elder David Broomfield presented a short devotional vespers at Midport Church’s first annual SingSpiration event held on Dale and Dianna Bass’ Twin Lakes Park property. (Photo: Haroldo Arismendi)

Treasure Coast Adventist Churches are developing plans to set aside the last Sabbath in January each year as the 1 Corinthians 12:12 day of worship. Although each church is separate, when brought together, they believe and act as one body—the body of Christ.

At the first annual event held January 31, promoted as SingSpiration in the Park, more than 200 youth and adults from five churches in Florida and Southeastern Conferences met for a vesper service and bonfire social organized by Ewan St. James and the Adventist Youth Service (AYS) Committee of Midport Church in Port St. Lucie. Dale and Dianna Bass hosted the event on their Twin Lakes Park property.

Supreme Gospel, a quartet from Gethsemane Company in Port St. Lucie, presented special music. (Photo: Haroldo Arismendi)

Supreme Gospel, a quartet from Gethsemane Company in Port St. Lucie, presented special music. (Photo: Haroldo Arismendi)

Representatives from Florida Conference’s Midport Church, Fort Pierce Church, and Gethsemane Company in Port St. Lucie joined Southeastern Conference’s Port St. Lucie First Church and Macedonia Church in Fort Pierce for this evening of fellowship. All the participants were excited by the prospect of worshiping together and living out Paul’s admonition that we are one body with many parts.

“It was a beautiful outdoor service with nature displaying its magnificent sunset colors,” says Dale Bass. “As we watched the changes in the clouds and glorious rays break through, it was easy to believe the angels were worshiping with us.”

A huge bonfire brought a close to the sundown service and a beginning to the evening's social events. (Photo: Haroldo Arismendi)

A huge bonfire brought a close to the sundown service and a beginning to the evening’s social events. (Photo: Haroldo Arismendi)

Singing and personal testimonies were the highlight for the sundown program with special music presented by: Supreme Gospel, a quartet from Gethsemane Company; United Fellowship Adventist Mass Choir from Port St. Lucie First Church and Macedonia Church; and Aquila Andrew from Fort Pierce Church. Marlon Brown, Kayla Brown, and Edgar Morales from Midport Church led spirited congregational singing of campfire songs.

Immediately following the sundown service, a giant bonfire was lit, producing audible expressions of amazement from church members who then enjoyed friendly competition in sack races, a frisbee toss, and other games.


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