Night of Worship
Leading up to the Arise Shine Conference, Radiant Network invites you to join us at a powerful Night of Worship. This year we’re excited to have Elevation Worship joining us on the evening of Sunday, May 5.
Elevation Worship is the worship ministry of Elevation Church, a multisite church based in Charlotte, NC, led by Pastor Steven Furtick. Their songs have impacted thousands are are crafted in a way that easily ushers you into worship and an encounter with the Holy Spirit. Their previously widely known songs such as There Is A Cloud and Do It Again are sure to encourage you!
Featuring Elevation Worship
When: Sunday, May 5
Where: Radiant Church, 8157 East DE Ave, Richland MI 49083
I'm coming to Arise Shine, how do I get into the Night of Worship too?
As part of the Arise Shine Conference this Night of Worship will be offered to you at the best rate possible when you register for your conference ticket. Upon receiving your Arise Shine Conference ticket confirmation you will be provided with a promo code to purchase your Night of Worship ticket.
What if I just want to come to the Night of Worship?
If you are interested in attending the Night of Worship only, tickets for this event will go on sale on March 1. They'll go fast, so be sure to check back here or follow Radiant Network on Facebook for more information.
Is there childcare available?
No, Night of Worship and the Arise Shine Conference is not able to provide childcare at this time.
Is there a nursing mother’s room?
Yes, we recognize that some of the women attending the Night of Worship or Arise Shine Conference may only be able to do so with a little one in tow. In light of this, we will provide a “Nursing Mother’s Room” available for the use of nursing mothers and babies.
Does my child need a ticket to attend the Night of Worship?
Because we have a strict max capacity in our event space, if your child is old enough to be standing in the room with you during the event (and not held or in a carrier etc) we ask that you purchase a ticket for your child. This way, we can count your child as a “ticket and space” that is no longer available and counts towards the room’s max capacity.