90th Anniversary Concert
Celebrating 90 years of faithfulness, hope & changed lives
Join us the evening of October 18th or 19th at Benaroya Hall!
We, along with a special choir, will worship together in celebration of God’s faithfulness and the amazing work He has done through the Mission since 1932!
Faithfulness, hope & changed lives
As we celebrate the 90th Anniversary of God’s faithfulness to, and through, the Mission, we acknowledge not only the exponential growth in Seattle’s homelessness crisis, but the changing needs of men and women struggling with homelessness as well. At the Mission, we respond to the growth and changing needs as God leads us.
In spite of the many challenges we’ve faced, and changes we’ve seen, one thing has remained the same – God’s faithfulness in using His people to help people without hope find hope, to help hurting people find healing, and to help lost people become found. God has used, and continues to use, the Mission, in partnership with local churches and others in the community, to help people heal from their past lives, while changing their present and future lives, and most importantly, their eternal lives. As we look back at the past 90 years, we marvel at what God has done, and we look forward to what He will do in the coming days, months, and years, through the Mission, in the lives of our homeless neighbors, and for His glory.
6:30pm - Lobby Opens
7pm - Recital Hall Opens, open seating
7:30pm - Recital Hall Performance
Benaroya Hall is located in downtown Seattle, directly across Second Avenue from the Seattle Art Museum. The public entrance to Benaroya Hall is along Third Avenue.
The underground garage at Benaroya Hall provides direct access into the Hall via elevators leading to The Boeing Company Gallery. Enter the garage on Second Avenue, just south of Union Street. Maximum vehicle height is 6'8".
Do you have questions about the concert? Get in touch with Alex — firstname.lastname@example.org or (206) 276-2491.
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