In recent months, the independent music and performing arts fellowship Jubilee Nashville has partnered with Jubilee Church to host several local praise and worship events. Their latest event was held in August, outdoors at Red Caboose Park in the Bellevue neighborhood of Nashville, Tenn., and was very successful in reaching the surrounding community with songs of salvation and letting people know the ministry is serving God in their neighborhood.
On Friday, Sept. 29, the fellowship will hold an intimate worship event at Jubilee Church, purposefully coinciding with a music recording retreat that's taking place at the church the same week. Jubilee Nashville plans to be more deliberate about upcoming events, carefully selecting songs and program for its performances and events.
Jubilee Nashville will invite local musicians and worship leaders to work on the events together as part of an outreach effort, hoping to provide the community a meaningful Christian alternative to the many secular events taking place throughout the week.
Apart from the monthly worship nights, the ministry is also involved in other events such as an upcoming performance at the Chinese autumn festival taking place at Vanderbilt University, currently ranked the 15th best university in the United States and an important mission field.
Ultimately, the goal of the praise and worship events is to build up the Christian church and reach the lost souls who are hungry and thirsty to receive new life in Jesus Christ and seek God's Kingdom and righteousness, putting worldly pursuits behind.