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Sanctus Real Benefit Concert

Date/Time

Sep 21, 2019
06:00 PM until 08:30 PM

Description

Fundraising concert featuring popular Christian rock band Sanctus Real benefiting Circle of Care's three programs: state-wide foster care, transitional living for single mothers with children and independent living for youth.

After 20 years of touring, 24 radio hits and full album sales exceeding 750,000, Sanctus Real cemented itself as a trusted brand in Christian music. With a new lead singer in place, the trio began writing songs for Changed, their first album together. While the new songs are certainly influenced by the outward changes the band has experienced, the message is centered on how change can bring about personal redemption. Life is, whether good or bad, a series of unexpected moments. With Changed, the band communicates that nothing’s ever a lost cause in the kingdom of heaven.

Venue 68 Auditorium offers one seat per ticket holder. No entrance without ticket. Venue 68 is on the campus of Asbury United Methodist Church, but is a separate building to the south of the main church building. Enter the auditorium through the NORTH facing door. No smoking or alcoholic beverages allowed on the premises. This is a non-church sponsored event. All proceeds to benefit Oklahoma United Methodist Circle of Care, a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization.

Tickets start at $20 and are available on EventBrite. Event Sponsorships available by contacting Sarah Steffes at sarah.steffes@circleofcare.org or 405-215-1400.

 

Cost

20.00

Location

View map Venue 68
6910 S. 101st E. Ave.
Tulsa, OK

Additional Information

Sponsor

Circle of Care

Phone

405-215-1400

Contact name

Sarah Steffes

Contact email

sarah.steffes@circleofcare.org

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