Calling all worshippers from the 50 United States and the nations:
Come join us September 15th – November 4th, 2014 for 50 days of 24/7 worship on the White House Ellipse. We need worshippers from all 50 states, across denominations, languages, and anything that would ever seek to divide us.
Right beside the tent, we are setting up a platform, with a podium and a Bible for the declaration of the truth of God’s Word over our land! Our goal is to declare the Bible from cover to cover at least 7 times over the 50 days of David’s Tent. We aren’t scheduling this, just show up and get in line and take your turn! Each reader will simply pick up where the last one left off.
Maybe you’re not a worship leader, but you can read, and you LOVE the Bible!! We need you to come to the tent and take your turn on Ezra’s Platform. We aren’t scheduling this, just show up and get in line and take your turn! Each reader will simply pick up where the last one left off.
For more information or to sign up for a time slot to lead worship, please visit www.davidstentdc.org
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Davids Tent DC is a 24/7 continuous song of worship unto our Glorious King Jesus on the White House Ellipse, perhaps the most “public place” in America. DTDC is patterned after King David’s Tent in Israel, 3000 years ago, who employed 4,288 worshippers (1Chr. 23:5; 25:7) to minister to the Lord continuously in a tent near his palace during his 33 year reign in Jerusalem. Worshipers from over 150 different churches and ministries have gathered in DC the past two years to fuel this fire of love in 2 hour segments. This is all done simply because Jesus is worthy! Public worship should not be something we do once or twice as a last ditch effort to show God we need his help. David’s Tent is about redefining a culture to be centered around Jesus and His Presence. Through David’s Tent, thousands of worshippers come from all 50 states. David’s Tent is a pubic gathering place for America to worship Jesus, just as David’s Tent was in Jerusalem during David’s reign as King. (Psalms 122:3-4)