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VOICES OF A THOUSAND ANGELS

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Since the founding of Celebration Tabernacle in 1988, the diversity of the congregation and staff has always been a trademark of the church.  Mondaine uses this background and experience to try and get people talking and examining themselves in the role that racism plays in communities across the nation. This is not the first time that Mondaine and his congregation has left their corner of the country to spread hope and unity.  Celebration Tabernacle has traveled to Lancaster, PA after their tragic school shooting in 2006, to Price, UT after the coal mine collapse in 2007 and to Joplin, MO after a catastrophic tornado hit in 2011 and most recent trip to Charleston, SC for the Emanuel 9 in June of 2015. Each one of these trips had a simple purpose of prayer, song and comfort. To those who need it most. Hince the name “Voices of A Thousand Angels”  “This is the first time an incident like this has hit so close to home,” says Mondaine, “People are angry, and confused, and hurt.  But now is the time to join together, to talk to each other, to join hands and raise our voices as one.”