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All Sons and Daughters: A Night of Worship and Conversation w/Sandra McCracken and Jamie George
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All Sons and Daughters: A Night of Worship and Conversation w/Sandra McCracken and Jamie George
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DATE AND TIME
From: Mar 21, 2015 7:00 pm
To:Mar 21, 2015 11:00 pm
LOCATION
Church of Philippi
7422 Race Road
Hanover, MD 21076
OFFICIAL WEBSITE

Event Description

On March 21st at 7pm, come join us for a night of worship and conversation with All Sons and Daughters leading us in a time of worship!  The event will include musician Sandra McCracken and Pastor Jamie George leading us in what will be a great evening dedicated to the glory of God and the lifting up of Jesus Christ.  It will be held at the Church of Philippi (7422 Race Road, Hanover, MD 21076) and tickets will cost $15(Additional fees may apply for online ordering)!  Doors open at 6pm and will sell out, so get your tickets quickly!

For more information:

http://allsonsanddaughters.com/tour

For questions about event, please contact John Song at philippiYM@gmail.com



Music lovers worldwide are captivated, swept up in the surging wave of modern folk as heard in the likes of Mumford and Sons, The Avett Brothers, Neon Trees, The Civil Wars and others. Organic, acoustic and packed with live energy and freedom, it's the unpolished imperfection and open invitation to sing along that has catapulted these artists into the spotlight and up the charts.

For All Sons & Daughters' Leslie Jordan and David Leonard, these qualities are even more keenly experienced in music that connects broken people with their God. Worship leaders at Journey Church in Franklin, TN, their critically acclaimed EPs, Brokenness Aside, Reason To Sing and The Longing, along with their full length albums, Season One and Live bear witness to the power of worship by the people, for the people and of the people. In the truest sense, the mesmerizing, soul-baring lyrics and acoustic styling of this talented duo are beginning to make an impact...inside and outside the church.

Fragments. Change. Growth.

Releasing in May 2014, All Sons & Daughters' self-titled studio album turns the page on a new chapter for the duo, a new season of leaning into their own musical and lyrical instincts. "We've allowed ourselves to be more creative, more reflective of who we are, while still writing songs for the church," Leslie says of the self-titled album. The album's cover art-an incredible mixed-media piece created specifically for AS&D by artist Deeann Rieves-perfectly represents the fragmented beauty of growth and decay inherent in all of life. "We asked Deeann, who is familiar with our work, to listen to the new record and paint a piece that fits what you hear. What you see on the cover is really unique. We feel like we're 'standing on the foundation of the fragments and pieces, musically speaking, building on the changes we've encountered over the past few years," David says. 

Produced by Paul Mabry, All Sons & Daughters features a 'wish list' of co-writers, Stu G (of Delirious), Derek Webb, Leeland, Sandra McCracken, Jack Mooring and Francesca Battestelli. "The beauty of co-writing," David explains, " is getting some new blood in to really push us, to think differently about the lyrics." 

I would be a fool / If I could be made new /Come ruin, come ridicule
Recklessly I come, I run to You - "Your Glory and My Good"

"Your Glory & My Good," co-written with Derek Webb, sets the tone for the album. "It was challenging, but so invigorating to write, and it tells such a beautiful story," Leslie says of the song inspired by the story of the woman with a bleeding disorder in Mark 5. "The older I get, the more I experience life, the more I experience my own depravity, the more I see my need for the kind of bold faith this woman had. She was rejected by society, but she knew if she could just get to Jesus, he could heal her. We don't see that kind of faith much in today's society, that kind of faith is ridiculed... so I've been really challenged by that. Even before we started writing, we knew this song would be special." 

"You Will Remain," available for pre-sell on iTunes, originated from a melody shared by a local guitar shop owner, David Wood. The first song written for the record, its melody led Leslie and David to the Gospel of John where Jesus refers to himself as 'I AM.' "We were struck by the truth of it," Leslie says. "He didn't say 'I was' or 'I will be,' but 'I am.' And he wasn't overstating anything... the constant, unfailing nature of God and his goodness. We never tire of leading this one."

By the means of grace and the hope of glory /All honor and glory forever
From now to the end of the age

Inspired by a prayer of thanksgiving found in the Book of Common Prayer, the benediction that closes out each AS&D event, "We Give You Thanks," emerged with the co-writing help of Jason Ingram. "It's just such a beautiful moment when we read that prayer as a congregation every night," David explains. "We were sitting around one night and thought 'What if we wrote a chorus around this thing?' And it's just been such a cool part of the night, connecting that prayer to the chorus and seeing the congregation catch on." 

More joyful and celebrative overall, the album includes two songs previously recorded live, songs that are catching on with churches nationwide now reinterpreted in studio: "Great Are You Lord" and "God With Us," both audience favorites and significant moments on their tours. In these and all the original worship compositions for this eponymous release, Leslie and David continue to pursue authenticity and honesty in the music they make.

With plans to tour with Crowder in October 2014, All Sons & Daughters take great care to make music that meets people where they are, to find the pulse of the people in the cities where they play, to serve and resource musicians and worship leaders. As always, their song charts are free online, and they continue to take advantage of any opportunity to start new conversations about what worship might look like when approached from an authentic place ...Worship as a true reflection of the heart, however fragmented, however weak, however strong.

For more information about All Sons & Daughters, visit http://allsonsanddaughters.com To follow them on Twitter, @allsanddmusic, Facebook, www.facebook.com/allsonsanddaughters.

Frequently Asked Questions
Q. What time do doors open?
A. 6pm

Q. What is parking like?
A. Parking is limited, so please try and carpool if necessary with others going to the event.  Those traveling by bus can contact John Song at gingsing27@gmail.com for accomodations

Q. Does my 5 year old child need to register?
A. Yes.  Infants (3 years old and below) may travel with parental supervision, but there is no daycare of nursery for them and the responsibility lies on the parent alone for the safety of the child during the event.

Q. What is the handicap access like?
A. Handicap parking is available and there is special handicap access that will be available at the show.

Q. Is it all seating or standing room only?
A. There is a standing room available in the front and back of the sanctuary, with seating for 600 available.

Q. What does General Admission mean?
A.  General admission includes a ticket to the show.  The seating will be held first come, first served on the day of the event.  There is no advanced seating or VIP packaging available for this event.

Q. Can I get a refund or exchange?
A. All sales are final and may not be exchanged.

Q. What items are allowed/not allowed?
A. No weapons, drugs, alcohol of any kind allowed.  Participants with cameras may not use flash photography unless otherwise prior approved by the staff.  Everyone is responsible for their own personal items that are brought into the venue and any items deemed inappropriate or unsuitable can be barred by the event staff at any time.  Plan wisely.

Q. Do you offer any discounts?
A. No discounts are available at this time.
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On March 21st at 7pm, come join us for a night of worship and conversation with All Sons and Daughters leading us in a time of worship!  The event will include musician Sandra McCracken and Pastor Jamie George leading us in what will be a great evening dedicated to the glory of God and the lifting up of Jesus Christ.  It will be held at the Church of Philippi (7422 Race Road, Hanover, MD 21076) and tickets will cost $15(Additional fees may apply for online ordering)!  Doors open at 6pm and will sell out, so get your tickets quickly!

For more information:

http://allsonsanddaughters.com/tour

For questions about event, please contact John Song at philippiYM@gmail.com



Music lovers worldwide are captivated, swept up in the surging wave of modern folk as heard in the likes of Mumford and Sons, The Avett Brothers, Neon Trees, The Civil Wars and others. Organic, acoustic and packed with live energy and freedom, it's the unpolished imperfection and open invitation to sing along that has catapulted these artists into the spotlight and up the charts.

For All Sons & Daughters' Leslie Jordan and David Leonard, these qualities are even more keenly experienced in music that connects broken people with their God. Worship leaders at Journey Church in Franklin, TN, their critically acclaimed EPs, Brokenness Aside, Reason To Sing and The Longing, along with their full length albums, Season One and Live bear witness to the power of worship by the people, for the people and of the people. In the truest sense, the mesmerizing, soul-baring lyrics and acoustic styling of this talented duo are beginning to make an impact...inside and outside the church.

Fragments. Change. Growth.

Releasing in May 2014, All Sons & Daughters' self-titled studio album turns the page on a new chapter for the duo, a new season of leaning into their own musical and lyrical instincts. "We've allowed ourselves to be more creative, more reflective of who we are, while still writing songs for the church," Leslie says of the self-titled album. The album's cover art-an incredible mixed-media piece created specifically for AS&D by artist Deeann Rieves-perfectly represents the fragmented beauty of growth and decay inherent in all of life. "We asked Deeann, who is familiar with our work, to listen to the new record and paint a piece that fits what you hear. What you see on the cover is really unique. We feel like we're 'standing on the foundation of the fragments and pieces, musically speaking, building on the changes we've encountered over the past few years," David says. 

Produced by Paul Mabry, All Sons & Daughters features a 'wish list' of co-writers, Stu G (of Delirious), Derek Webb, Leeland, Sandra McCracken, Jack Mooring and Francesca Battestelli. "The beauty of co-writing," David explains, " is getting some new blood in to really push us, to think differently about the lyrics." 

I would be a fool / If I could be made new /Come ruin, come ridicule
Recklessly I come, I run to You - "Your Glory and My Good"

"Your Glory & My Good," co-written with Derek Webb, sets the tone for the album. "It was challenging, but so invigorating to write, and it tells such a beautiful story," Leslie says of the song inspired by the story of the woman with a bleeding disorder in Mark 5. "The older I get, the more I experience life, the more I experience my own depravity, the more I see my need for the kind of bold faith this woman had. She was rejected by society, but she knew if she could just get to Jesus, he could heal her. We don't see that kind of faith much in today's society, that kind of faith is ridiculed... so I've been really challenged by that. Even before we started writing, we knew this song would be special." 

"You Will Remain," available for pre-sell on iTunes, originated from a melody shared by a local guitar shop owner, David Wood. The first song written for the record, its melody led Leslie and David to the Gospel of John where Jesus refers to himself as 'I AM.' "We were struck by the truth of it," Leslie says. "He didn't say 'I was' or 'I will be,' but 'I am.' And he wasn't overstating anything... the constant, unfailing nature of God and his goodness. We never tire of leading this one."

By the means of grace and the hope of glory /All honor and glory forever
From now to the end of the age

Inspired by a prayer of thanksgiving found in the Book of Common Prayer, the benediction that closes out each AS&D event, "We Give You Thanks," emerged with the co-writing help of Jason Ingram. "It's just such a beautiful moment when we read that prayer as a congregation every night," David explains. "We were sitting around one night and thought 'What if we wrote a chorus around this thing?' And it's just been such a cool part of the night, connecting that prayer to the chorus and seeing the congregation catch on." 

More joyful and celebrative overall, the album includes two songs previously recorded live, songs that are catching on with churches nationwide now reinterpreted in studio: "Great Are You Lord" and "God With Us," both audience favorites and significant moments on their tours. In these and all the original worship compositions for this eponymous release, Leslie and David continue to pursue authenticity and honesty in the music they make.

With plans to tour with Crowder in October 2014, All Sons & Daughters take great care to make music that meets people where they are, to find the pulse of the people in the cities where they play, to serve and resource musicians and worship leaders. As always, their song charts are free online, and they continue to take advantage of any opportunity to start new conversations about what worship might look like when approached from an authentic place ...Worship as a true reflection of the heart, however fragmented, however weak, however strong.

For more information about All Sons & Daughters, visit http://allsonsanddaughters.com To follow them on Twitter, @allsanddmusic, Facebook, www.facebook.com/allsonsanddaughters.


Q. What time do doors open?
A. 6pm

Q. What is parking like?
A. Parking is limited, so please try and carpool if necessary with others going to the event.  Those traveling by bus can contact John Song at gingsing27@gmail.com for accomodations

Q. Does my 5 year old child need to register?
A. Yes.  Infants (3 years old and below) may travel with parental supervision, but there is no daycare of nursery for them and the responsibility lies on the parent alone for the safety of the child during the event.

Q. What is the handicap access like?
A. Handicap parking is available and there is special handicap access that will be available at the show.

Q. Is it all seating or standing room only?
A. There is a standing room available in the front and back of the sanctuary, with seating for 600 available.

Q. What does General Admission mean?
A.  General admission includes a ticket to the show.  The seating will be held first come, first served on the day of the event.  There is no advanced seating or VIP packaging available for this event.

Q. Can I get a refund or exchange?
A. All sales are final and may not be exchanged.

Q. What items are allowed/not allowed?
A. No weapons, drugs, alcohol of any kind allowed.  Participants with cameras may not use flash photography unless otherwise prior approved by the staff.  Everyone is responsible for their own personal items that are brought into the venue and any items deemed inappropriate or unsuitable can be barred by the event staff at any time.  Plan wisely.

Q. Do you offer any discounts?
A. No discounts are available at this time.



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DATE AND TIME
From: Mar 21, 2015 7:00 pm
To:Mar 21, 2015 11:00 pm
LOCATION
Church of Philippi
7422 Race Road
Hanover, MD 21076
OFFICIAL WEBSITE

Event Help / Information
For event information, such as:

What tickets include
Discounts & Ticket pricing information
Do children need a ticket
Will call information / local ticket sales
Seating/Venue/Parking/Handicap Information


Contact the event: 443-745-5257
Ticket Problems
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