Due to the current restrictions concerning Covid-19, Dwelling 2:22 has postponed it’s schedule of concerts for April (so far). Mark Schultz has graciously moved his March 20th concert to August 7th and we are working with Untapped Potential to reschedule their April 17th concert. The April 3rd Quarterly Community Worship Night is also being cancelled. We are in touch with Casey Getz/RiverShores Worship Team to reschedule them, as well. Thank you for your support of Dwelling 2:22. Let’s all join in corporate prayer that the damage done by Covid-19, to people and our economy, is not long term. You can also check for updates at Dwelling 2:22 Facebook page.
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Friday, August 7 at 7 pm
**Please note all tickets for the March 20th concert date will be honored for the new August 7th date. Thank you for your understanding, we, as well as Mark, look forward to seeing you in August.**
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