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'Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting: Rejoice!', a night of worship and song, premieres in select theaters nationwide

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Wed, Sep 27th 2017 04:35 pm
Ricky Skaggs, Oak Ridge Boys, Gene Watson, Larry Gatlin and the Gatlin Brothers headline one-night-only theater worship event
Gabriel Communications, creators of "Larry's Country Diner," in association with KAOS Connect and Screenvision Media, present the first-ever movie premiere of "Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting: Rejoice!" in select theaters nationwide tonight. This let-your-hair-down style of worship will feature interviews and performances by Ricky Skaggs, Oak Ridge Boys, Larry Gatlin and The Gatlin Brothers, Gene Watson, John Conlee, Teea Goans, Jimmy Fortune and the Isaacs in a 90-minute theater event celebration. Tickets are available at www.prayermeetingmovie.com.
In addition to the unique artist performances and storytelling, fans will get a behind-the-scenes, in-depth look directly from the creator of the "Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting" and Gabriel Communications CEO, Larry Black, as he shares his personal and powerful connection to this movie event.
After being in a near fatal ATV accident in 2015, Black recalls, "I asked God, 'Why spare me?' And his answer was, 'I have more for you.' It is my personal belief that I was spared for the purpose of fulfilling my mission to share the gospel through story and song in 'Wednesday Night Prayer Meetings.' I am humbled to have this uplifting night of worship come to theaters nationwide."
This event will be shown in more than 225 movie theatres across the country, including in Western New York.
"Screenvision Media is proud to bring to movie theaters this family friendly, heart-warming celebration of intimate stories and performances by so many legendary country music artists of our time. 'Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting: Rejoice', is one not to be missed," said Bernadette McCabe, senior vice president, business strategy, Screenvision Media.
Tickets and additional information are available at www.prayermeetingmovie.com.

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