Worship Service on Aug 25th, 2019 with 160 guests
Electrical outlets available
No, the talent is responsible for all
Age range of audience
Performance area size
16x32 - total guess
Not at this time. We ‘ay as we design the service.
Setup can begin the night before or as early as 8am Sunday morning. The service begins at 11, music should begin at 10:45. The service will conclude between 12 and 12:15
This would be in the context of a worship service. It would be an Appalachian theme with communion, preaching, etc. in terms of time for music we would plan on 20-25 minutes during the service with some music leading into the top of the hour.
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