Washington, D.C. (January 29, 2020)
As Christians prepare for the Lenten season, Washington, D.C.’s National Community Church and its creative arts team, NCC Worship, encourage people of faith to set aside political divisiveness, choosing instead “the Jesus way” of life. The church will host a free, public Christian music worship concert featuring songs inspired by this Kingdom perspective on Ash Wednesday, February 26.
Working with Gospel and R&B artist/producer Greg Cox, NCC Worship will record and release the new music later this spring as The Jesus Way. According to Worship Pastor Chris Douglas, the project, like NCC’s congregation, will reflect a melting pot of cultures and musical styles with lyrics that focus on Jesus’ gospel of grace.
“The Jesus Way is a musical representation of the journey of understanding who we are in God, created in God’s image and part of God’s eternal kingdom,” says Douglas. “We are purposefully recording it on Ash Wednesday to emphasize the call to be ‘Christ followers,’ journeying together in love, humility, prayer, repentance and service to one another and our neighbors.”
The concert and live recording will be held at The Capital Turnaround located at 770 M Street, SE. Registration is recommended with complimentary tickets available at NCC Worship_LiveRecording. For more information, visit National Community Church and follow NCC Worship on Instagram @NCCWorship and on Facebook @NCCWorshipOnline.
National Community Church is a multi-site church pastored by Mark Batterson that serves the extended metro Washington, D.C. area with Christ-centered teaching, fellowship and music that reflects the diverse population of the nation’s capital. NCC Worship exists to create environments where all people can encounter the radical love and life-changing power of Jesus. The team strives to cultivate prophetic atmospheres where the Holy Spirit can stir the hearts of people, igniting God-sized dreams and passion to bring His kingdom here to earth, believing revival begins one surrendered life at a time.
Watch NCC Worship’s “Where Where Would I Be” video: