Child care will also be available for those who need it.
A short intermission will take place during the musical and refreshments will be served.
The evening will also bring an opportunity for anyone who would like to make a love offering to benefit the Oaks, though it is not required.
The Oaks travel and live on the money gained during offerings, as they do not charge for their appearances and will accept whatever each church can afford.
The morning of Sunday, August 18, Tommy will lead a Bible study session at 9:30 a.m.
Regular Sunday morning worship will take place at the usual 10:30 a.m., with Tommy preaching and music by John Thomas.
Following worship, a pitch-in meal will be held in the basement of the church and is open to everyone. Church members will be providing the meal and nothing will be required of guests.
After the meal, sometime between 12:30 and 1 p.m., Tommy will lead the closing part of the Revival with a time of worship and celebration.
Bartlett said his hope for the Revival weekend is to strengthen and encourage those in the faith to help them continue in their faith and service to impact the community for the cause of Jesus Christ.
When asked how many people he expected to attend, Bartlett said, “Hopefully, lots.”
Bartlett added that attendees don’t need to bring or do anything for the Revival. “Just bring yourself, and be ready to be refreshed.”
Any questions about the Revival weekend can be directed to Mike Bartlett at 812-591-3807.
The Westport Christian Church is located at the corner of Range and Mulberry Streets.
Contact: Amanda Browning 812-663-3111 x7004