Church in the Park is an interdenominational gathering of people from various churches. It will include lively music and inspirational speakers. Come out to enjoy a summer evening. Bring a coffee, snacks, the family and neighbours. Everyone is welcome.
Upgrade to the VIP seating section . Cost - bring your own lawn chair.
Church in the Park Oshawa 2018 is being held in the bandshell at Memorial Park in Oshawa. 110 Simcoe Street South (between Hwy 401 and King Street)
They are a local band of talented Christian musicians led by Bill Gillespie. Their music is a fusion of Gospel, CCM, World Music, Jazz and Rock. They bring the people and music of different cultures together and take people from where they are into the presence and power of the almighty Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
Returning for a third year, Jenniah and Jedidiah Armstrong are coming all the way from Niagara Falls because they support the vision and work of Church in the Park. They are in full time ministry leading worship and conducting workshops and training.
Husband and wife duo, Allison Lynn and Gerald Flemming, offer a fusion of folk, pop, hymns and worship that soothes the heart and ignites the soul. Their original songs and fresh interpretations of the classics will encourage and inspire both the seeker and the lifelong Christian.
Based out of St. Catharines, Ontario, this full-time nationally touring ministry travels over 40,000 KM annually, singing in churches of all sizes and denominations.
Their latest project - The Beauty Of The One - recently won two Covenant Awards! This lush album is a collection of Infinitely More’s original worship and inspirational songs celebrating the wonder found in God’s glorious creation. Awarded by the Gospel Music Association of Canada, the Covenants celebrate the best of Canadian Christian music.
The duo was awarded:
Folk Album Of The Year - The Beauty Of The One
Collaboration Of The Year - My Soul Is Spoken For (feat. Drew Brown)
The Beauty Of The One has also received a celebrated nomination for Inspirational Recording (Album) Of The Year by the East Coast Music Awards.
Matt and Jen are worship leaders and songwriters who have a passion to see lives transformed through a lifestyle of worship. Their passion to encounter the presence of God has allowed many people to connect with Him in new and refreshing ways.
Mark Thomas from Teen Challenge. (drug rehabilitation centre)
Mark and his team will be sharing powerful stories of lives that have been transformed.
Thank you to Community Builders Network of Hope for being instrumental in bringing the Teen Challenge Team to downtown Oshawa on Aug. 18.