Jubilee Dance of Mongolia Prepares a Dance for Pentecost Worship

Jubilee Dance of Mongolia Prepares a Dance for Pentecost Worship

May 25, 2017

 

Mongolian Jubilee Dance is practicing a dance to present during Pentecost worship which will be led by Jubilee Mongolia as the part of Pentecost Saturday activity of God-With-Us Mongolian church.

The church is organizing 3 days activities for this Pentecost. On Friday, there will be 4 hours long prayer meeting will be held and the church aims to greet the revival of Holy Spirit with prayer. On Saturday, there will Jubilee worship time watching movie and playing game together. On Sunday, Pentecost Sunday service including baptism ceremony and communion and Sunday school will be held.

Total four members from Jubilee Dance participate in this dance and one of them attends other church, yet truly happy to serve Jubilee and coming for practice faithfully. They have chosen very active and powerful song to dance. May their dance bring joy to the congregants and be glory to God.

 

 

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