In its third edition in Santa Cruz do Sul, the March for Jesus will take place this Saturday. The rally will start at 2 p.m. in front of the Oktoberfest park. The start will be at 3 p.m. along Rua Galvão Costa towards Rua Marechal Floriano to Praça Getúlio Vargas, where gospel singer David Quinlan will finish. The show is free, but the organization asks for a donation of one kilo of non-perishable food.
According to the pastor of the Missionary Church of Evangelization in Cells and president of the Council of Evangelical Ministers of Santa Cruz do Sul (Comesc), Amilton Cézar Zubreski, 20 churches associated with the council are expected to participate in the event. “The purpose of the March is the unity of the Church and the confession of our faith,” he said.
The President of Comesc stresses that everyone is welcome and will be welcome. “We invite all Christians and sympathizers to participate in this moment, in which we share the second greatest commandment, which is to love your neighbor as yourself,” he invites.
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On the national calendar
According to information from the website of the Marcha para Jesus, the event arrived in Brazil in 1993. That year, under the coordination of Apostle Estevam Hernandes, the first edition took place in São Paulo, already in the presence of a large audience. Since then, the number of participants has increased in all regions.
The March for Jesus has been part of the country’s official calendar since September 2009. The event has already taken place in Argentina, Canada, Colombia, Cuba, United States, Finland, France, Italy, Japan , Mozambique and Russia, among others. This year, the March took place for the ninth time in Israel, during the Apostolic Caravan.
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