The inaugural Power in Unity event drew thousands of worshippers to the Northside Cherokee Amphitheater in Woodstock on July 29. The event was a combination of 35 churches, 25 community non-profit partners, and a combined worship/choir team brought Cherokee County together as “ONE church – ONE people – Worshiping ONE God. People from all backgrounds, race, and denominations joined together in fellowship to begin a movement that shows solidarity, a movement to unite us as ONE Body of Christ,” one of the event’s organizers, Kandi Patterson, said.
“We expected a crowd for sure, but what we saw happen on Sunday was nothing short of God’s plan. This event was just the beginning of that plan —God has stirred up a desire in Cherokee County. The desire to break the barriers of racial divide, of religious separation and to become ONE … It has begun.”
For more details, email Patterson at email@example.com, or visit Power in Unity – Cherokee County on Facebook.