David's Tent kicks off in only one week! We are so excited for what God is going to do this fall, and for this opportunity to praise Him in our nation's capital for 40 days! This final week of preparation will be incredibly busy for our staff here, so please continue to keep us in prayer. As we approach September 25th, we have a better idea of what the schedule looks like. I've included a timeline of the event at the end of this post. We are also still booking worship teams, so if you know a team that hasn't signed up yet and wants to, have them email email@example.com as soon as possible. Slots are filling fast! We also are still believing God for complete financial provision for David's Tent. If you'd like to donate, you can do that through the website. Please continue to spread the word through social media and by forwarding our emails, and we'll see you in a week!
Washington House of Prayer
Timeline of David’s Tent:
September 25 from 7-9pm – Opening Ceremony at David's Tent; Yom Kippur begins
This will be a time of commissioning David's Tent and dedicating Washington DC to the Lordship of Jesus. We will take communion together in honor of Jesus' Blood, the Atonement for all sin.
September 25 from 9pm through September 26 at 7pm – Yom Kippur observed
Silent Reflection on the efficacy of the atonement blood of Jesus for all sins of America
September 26 at 7pm
Strike up the band to begin the 40-day-and-night continuous love song to Jesus!
Daily, September 27-November 5
7am – 9pm Stage-led worship teams changing every 2 hours.
9pm-7am Unplugged night watch, with stage-led worship teams changing every 2 hours
7pm-9pm Each night we will have a main corporate worship set at this time. We encourage attendees to gather together en masse every night for this more-corporate time from 7-9pm, but please come all other hours as well!
November 5 from 7pm-9pm
Final worship set of David’s Tent DC
November 5 from 9pm- 9am
Unplugged Night Watch
The After-party: Exodus 33:11 says that even after the main meeting with God was over and Moses left the Lord’s presence to return to camp, Joshua stayed in the presence of God…