Get your tickets today to be a part of a global gospel movement! By attending this concert, you’ll make an impact on East-West’s ministry among unreached people groups in nearly 50 countries around the world. Headlining for the night is Passion Music featuring opening acts by The Gray Havens and Noah James. We're excited to have Craig Denison from First15 as a guest emcee!


Event Details

The Worship Gathering
Thursday, June 27, 2019

House of Blues
2200 N Lamar Street
Dallas, TX 75202

Doors open at 6 p.m.
Concert begins at 7 p.m.

Ticket Pricing
$8 Early Bird (through May 15)
$12 General Admission
$19 At the Door 

Featured Artists and Speakers


Rooted in the Passion movement founded by Louie and Shelley Giglio, Passion is committed to leading people towards renewed intimacy with God and fresh encounters of worship. Today Passion is helmed by Kristian Stanfill, Brett Younker, and Melodie Malone.

The Gray Havens

The Gray Havens center around the husband and wife duo of Dave and Licia Radford. The band released their first album in 2013 and have since created music helmed as an “imaginative treatment of faith.” Their latest album, Storehouse, released in 2018.

Noah James

For the third straight year, Noah James is opening for The Worship Gathering! Noah leads worship at FiveStone Community Church in Garland, Texas and toured with Rend Collective following his opening performance at The Worship Gathering in 2017.

Kristen Shuler

Kristen is East-West’s Executive Vice President of Development and provides oversight and strategic direction for development, marketing, and communications initiatives. Prior to East-West, she served with the International Mission Board planting churches in South America.

Craig Denison

Craig is the author of First15, a daily devotional guiding more than 100,000 believers in over 200 countries into a fresh experience with God’s presence. He writes, speaks, and leads worship with his wife, Rachel, to help believers connect with God.

This is a fundraising event. All ticket purchases and donations will aid East-West’s work among the unreached.