Sunday, November 2, 2014
6 - 8 p.m.
|Featuring||Theater for the Thirsty and music by The Color Project|
|Location||View maps and directions to Benson Great Hall|
|Instructions for Guests||Get maps and directions to Bethel's main campus.|
|Cost||MegaRally, 6-8 p.m.: $5 (early pricing has been extended); MegaMeal, 4-5 p.m. (optional): $5 for pizza and pop in Monson Dining Center|
|Ticketing||Registration is now closed for this event.|
MegaRally is a high-powered event featuring some of the most dynamic Christian speakers and performers around. Geared to encourage, challenge, and entertain junior and senior high students, MegaRally is a great opportunity to invite friends to a high-energy, Christ-centered experience.
Jeremiah and Vanessa Gamble do many things. They are full-time parents, performers, producers, musicians, writers, and noodlers. They co-founded their theater company, Theater for the Thirsty, in 1998. Together they portray more than 10 different characters in their orginial shows. They make their home in Minneapolis with their kids Phoenicia, Eden, and Obadiah. They create music, theater, laughter, and some pretty tasty chicken curry. To find out what they're up to, check out theaterforthethirsty.com.
The Color Project is a collective of musicians from Eagle Brook Church in Minnesota. Their mission is to draw people into a greater understanding of who God is through music. It is through Christ that we have life, and with that life we write music to glorify who God is and what he has done. For more information about The Color Project, visit www.eaglebrookchurch.com/thecolorproject.
No refunds available
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