Apostle Fred and Wilma Berry expect fulfillment of the William Seymour Prophesy which he declared over 100 years ago that a greater Azusa Street revival would spring up from this very place! “This is the year of manifestation” says Apostle Fred Berry!
The April 6, 7 & 8 Azusafest Prophetic Conference celebration will feature gospel music, international speakers and a special William Seymour unity luncheon featuring Southern Baptist convention Pastor Wm. Dwight McKissic.
Azusafest is a gospel music celebration commemorating the Azusa Street Revival. The festival will take place at the Japanese American Community Cultural Center, 244 South San Pedro Street downtown Los Angeles, California. Azusafest 2018 theme is “All in one accord and all in one place” according to Acts 2:1. We will celebrate the 112th year since the Azusa Street Revival. The Azusafest Prophetic conference will be three days of remembering the history and heritage of Pastor William Seymour and his legacy of unity, love and equality. Other special events includes the Azusa Street Prophetic school on Friday April 6th @ 3pm.
William Seymour Unity luncheon on Saturday @12:30 A special movie premier about Native Americans’ revival called ”Awakened.” All night services and special events will be held at Union Church, 401 East 3rd Street next door to Azusa Street!
Azusafest starts Friday, evening on April 6 with a 2 hour prophetic schools on the gifts of the Holy Spirit. Each night’s service will feature a night of prophetic release and anointing. Saturday morning, April 7th at 9am will convene with the International Gathering of Tribal Nations. All are invited to the William Seymour Unity luncheon. Apostles, Prophets, Pastoral leaders along with business leaders will dialogue about our movement of Unity. Church United founder Jim Domen and school choice advocates will speak with leaders during the luncheon of the opportunity for churches to impact the education arena by supporting school choice Saturday evening will feature a movie premiere of “Awakened.” About the revival that has hit the First Nation community Saturday night will include a message of Unity in the body of Christ. There is an expectation of the fulfillment of William J. Seymour’s prophesy of a greater revival spreading all over the world. Sunday morning, April 8 will feature Sunday service at local churches in the community.
Fred and Wilma Berry carry on the history of Azusa Street as international representatives through the Azusa Street Mission and Historical Society. The organization’s mission is to carry the flame of Azusa Street to the next generation throughout the nations of the world. Contact info for ASMHS at 323-692-7268 or on the web at azusafest.com.
SOURCE: Azusa Street Mission and Historical Society (via Standard Newswire)