Saturday, December 14, 2013
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Gwinnett Daily Post
LILBURN — If partying into the New Year isn’t your thing, the University of Hope Church has something a little different for the evening.
On Dec. 31, the church will host the kickoff of The Restoration Initiative with a non-traditional worship service from 7 to 10 p.m.
Founders and pastors Junaldo and Tiffany Lee at University of Hope created a platform to link a religious service with a secular holiday, like New Year’s Eve, to bring the community together and celebrate the incoming year.
“University of Hope seeks to bring a fresh perspective to the New Year’s Eve celebration by adding immersive Bible-based teaching, singing, praise and worship, and lots and lots of laughter to the event,” Tiffany Lee said. “We’re going to transform a traditional watch night service into something much more memorable.”
All attendees will receive a free framable certificate that decrees 2014 as the “Year of Restoration.”
For more information about University of Hope or The Restoration Initiative kickoff on New Year’s Eve, call 770-895-5398.
The church is located at 331 Arcado Road, Suite C-1 in Lilburn.