Don Shire brings his ministry in music and stories to the stage at Dwelling 2:22 as he performs your favorite Christmas tunes and hymns as we celebrate Christ’s birth. Don has been playing for decades, whether at a conference, church, retreat or from the bow of a boat on the Sea of Galilee, his talent his top rate. He will talk about his music ministry and his passion for missions. FREE WILL offering will be taken to bless him and his ministry.
AnnaMarie, a soft pop group of three ladies (two sisters and a friend) bring their easy listening genre to the stage at Dwelling 2:22 for a one-night FREE concert. Their original songs will uplift and encourage and (they hope), help to heal hearts. Doors will open at 6pm for concessions and fellowship, concert begins at 7pm. A freewill offering will be taken to bless the band.
Friday October 16th, 2020 at 7:00 pm (Doors open at 6 pm)
Dwelling will have it’s first-ever Open Mic Night featuring the music of Rob Ransom and the Joshua Ian Lucas, Jedidiah, and Temple Veil for a night of eclectic Christian music, worship and just plain fellowship. Doors will open at 6 pm for concessions; Joshua Ian Lucas will take the stage at 7 pm, the show will be closed by Temple Veil. Come on out and support these bands and enjoy a variety of musical genres.
**Please note all previously purchased tickets will be honored for the new November 13th date. Thank you for your understanding, we, as well as Mark, look forward to seeing you in November.**
Mark Schultz is coming to Dwelling 2:22 to share his songs and stories with us. He is a contemporary Christian music artist who has sold over 1.3 million albums and has 10 No. 1 singles to date.
Listeners have come to expect inspiring and remarkable stories in songs from Mark Schultz, a 14-time Dove Award nominee and platinum-selling artist who touches hearts whether he sings about parents praying for a sick child (“He’s My Son”), or writes in honor of his great-grandmother’s sons who fought in World War II (“Letters From War”).
And with his latest effort, All Things Possible, Schultz continues to tackle matters of the heart and spirit with uncommon craftsmanship. Though, the past five years have impacted this artist in ways he could’ve never predicted or expected. He’s lived in Europe, started the Remember Me Mission with his wife to help orphans (Schultz himself is adopted), and became a father in 2012 to a boy, Ryan Samuel Schultz.
General admission ticket $15
Gold seating $25
Meet and greet $35 (includes early entrance 5:30 pm)
To bypass handling fees please contact Mike Braun
Phone: (920) 267-7707