NOVEMBER 2 – 10, 2019

Join us for a week-long celebration of all that God is doing around the world through Faith Assembly.

This immersive experience will transform the common areas across our Curry Ford Campus into global, multi-sensory environments where people can interact with missions through tasting world foods, listening to diverse languages, moving to cultural rhythms, wearing global attire, and physically seeing documentation of the worldwide impact the Lord has used GlobalFaith to make.
Throughout the week, you’re invited to enjoy global art displays, engage with our visiting missionary families, and gain a widened global perspective, ultimately leaving you with a greater burden to financially GIVE and physically GO.

Make a Missions Promise

Opening Weekend | November 2nd & 3rd

Saturday, November 2 | 9am | Atrium
  • Men’s Breakfast: Hear from George A. Rafidi, missionary to the Muslim Community here in Orlando, who will be speaking at our upcoming Men’s Breakfast! Open to men of all ages, this morning gathering is centered around food and fellowship and will leave you feeling both equipped and encouraged. Cost is only $5.
Saturday at 6pm and Sunday at 9am & 11:15am | Main Sanctuary
  • Weekend Services: Missions-Themed Sermon: Kicking off Missions Week, our Senior Pastor, Carl Stephens, will be tag-teaming with Missionary Rob Hawks to preach a message based on the “Send Me” theme.

Global Prayer Night | Monday, November 4th

7pm | Mainstream Youth Auditorium
  • Prayer and Worship: Pray and worship with us as we ask God to bless every aspect of 2019 Missions Week! Come expectant for all God will do in 2019 through GlobalFaith.

Midweek Service | Wednesday, November 6

7pm | Main Sanctuary
  • Global Worship Night: Our midweek service will include a time of corporate worship and prayer in different languages. Flavored with cultural influences, this service will feature a spoken word, festive music, and a variety of missionaries sharing about life on the mission field. Post-service, the Global exhibit in the Atrium will be open to the public.

Global Fire Night | Friday, November 8th

7pm | Mainstream Youth Auditorium
  • This is a night for you to invite the lost and get ready for red-hot messages on salvation and the Holy Spirit baptism. Hands will be laid on those needing healing or deliverance. Global Fire Night will leave the lost saved, sick healed, and believers set ablaze to be used by God. We will also be praying over those who feel called to the mission field. His Fire, Our Lives. Come expectant. Leave forever changed.
  • Guest Tamryn Klintworth: Evangelist Tamryn Klintworth will be sharing a short message and leading a prayer over our GlobalFaith Team Leaders. Tamryn is an evangelist and the founder of In His Name Ministries. She holds a Bachelor of Laws (LLB) degree from the University of Johannesburg and resides in Cape Town, South Africa with her husband, André Britz.

Closing Weekend Services | November 9th & 10th

Saturday at 6pm | Main Sanctuary
Sunday at 9am & 11:15am | Main Sanctuary
  • International Parade of Flags: The parade of flags is a display of multicultural diversity that has become an annual tradition to conclude Missions Week. It features hundreds of choreographed volunteers carrying colorful flags across the sanctuary, costumed for diverse international representation.
  • Guest Speaker Sam Paris: Empowered by the Holy Spirit, Sam & Lisa and their four kids partner with the global AG network to share Christ with the unreached and forgotten in the nation of Vanuatu. The Paris family teams up with existing AG churches in Tanna, Vanuatu to develop a self-sustaining network of ministry throughout the unreached tribes.
  • GlobalFaith Display & Gallery: With global destinations on display, this year’s gallery exhibits include country-specific prayer needs! Interact with GlobalFaith volunteers in the central hub of the Atrium to learn more about our 2020 mission trips.

Send Me
This year’s theme, “SEND ME,” is a declaration of our readiness to be SENT. In order for us to be sent, we must first SURRENDER.

Based off of Isaiah 6:8, which states “Then I heard the voice of the Lord saying, ‘Whom shall I send? And who will go for us?’ And I said, ‘Here am I. Send me!’,” we want to be willing & active participants in what God is doing globally.

Because this year’s theme, “Send Me,” is such a direct command, we’re creating an open line of communication between us (the Church) and God. Historically, a white flag signifies surrender in battle. With this same thought in mind, we wave a white flag confidently towards God, saying, “we surrender,” we’re prioritizing His will over our own.

Sign Up for the Flag Parade

Ever heard the phrase, “it takes a village?” We believe that applies to everything we do here at Faith too, especially Missions Week. In other words, we can’t pull this event off without you! Be part of something bigger than yourself by signing up to represent a nation in our Parade of Flags! Volunteers get to dress up in cultural attire, hold a flag, and walk in the parade route!
Volunteer Now!

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