This Sunday: Come See What's Brewing in Contemporary Music on "Coffee Sunday with Kristin!"

April 27, 2018 | by: Janet Lopez | 0 comments

Posted in: Arts and Culture | Tags: Methodist, FUMCCG, First UMC Coral Gables, contemporary Christian music, #CoralGables, Miami churches, Contemporary service, live christian music, Coral Gables concert, #SundayConcert, Christian contemporary music, Crosswalk Band, Miami worship

 

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Coffee Sunday with Kristin!

Join Kristin Rozier, Contemporary Service Worship Leader, this Sunday, April 29 at 10:45 a.m. in the Head Center, and share your thoughts, ideas and suggestions for the music component of our contemporary service! This is a great time to get to know Kristin and the Crosswalk band even better and put your unique musical stamp on what we hear every Sunday. The coffee's on us but the great ideas are all yours! See you Sunday.

About Kristin and our Crosswalk Band

Kristin Rozier is First UMC Coral Gables' Contemporary Worship Leader as well as a contemporary Christian artist who leads the Crosswalk band, which performs every Sunday at our 9:30 a.m. Awakenings and 11 a.m. Latin American bilingual services. Kristin and her band - which includes a rotation of over 45 musicians, vocalists, technical and musical support - have been serving in local churches and community organizations for the past 5 years, most recently working with the local homeless and homeless youth programs, the Salvation Army Adult Rehab Center, Toys for Tots, Celebrate Recovery, and Freedom Challenge advocating against modern-day slavery and human trafficking among others. In 2015, they were invited to audition with the Christian Xtreme Tour in Nashville and have been awarded “best Christian song” by the Academia Awards. Kristin says "We believe that music enables us to worship God and to express our love for Him with more of ourselves - with our heart and soul and strength, as well as our mind. We believe that God is at work." We couldn't agree more!

 

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