MINNEAPOLIS (May 4, 2014) — The Seventh Annual Global Worship celebration on Sunday, May 4, at 4 p.m., in St. Paul’s Church, 1901 Portland Avenue South, Minneapolis, MN 55404.
A musical worship concert of people of many diverse ethnic backgrounds, a highlight is the presentation of this year’s BridgeBuilder Award to Hmong leader, Rev. Cher Moua.
The award is given each year to individuals who have worked ceaselessly to bring people of various cultures together in Minnesota. Previous recipients have been gospel virtuoso Robert E. Robinson and Dan and Sandy Adler of the Heart of the City band.
Hmong-American leader Rev. Cher Moua is the pastor of Union Gospel Mission and the Cross-Cultural Evangelical Free Church on St. Paul’s east side. Moua has been tireless in his work of uniting the Twin Cities’ Christian community through his work at the Union Gospel Mission, as well as serving on the boards of Bethel University, the Minnesota Prayer Breakfast, MissionShift, and the 2003 National Ethnic Workers’ Summit.
For more information, contact Rev. Roland Wells at 651-484-2303 or Music Director Lois Bodurtha at 651-442-2856. www.GlobalWorship.net