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February 20, 2013

First Baptist Church of Ashburn presents New Fire in concert

ASHBURN — First Baptist Church of Ashburn would like to invite everyone to a free concert beginning at 6 p.m. Sunday in the church sanctuary. First Baptist Church is located at 302 McClendon St. in Ashburn.

The church is excited to host the acoustic pop duo, New Fire.

Jonathan and Allison Firey make up New Fire, based out of Nashville, Tenn. The duo has had the privilege of touring and performing with several notable Christian artists, including 33 Miles, Aaron Shust, Pocket Full of Rocks, Dennis Jernigan, Phil Keaggy, FFH, Wayne Watson and Warren Barfield. Aside from New Fire, Jonathan has also been a member of the Christian music group FFH for seven years.

New Fire’s vision is to bring hope and healing to the people of God, and salvation to the lost, through the ministry of music. They have a real heart for the church and understand the trials facing people of faith. They believe that their message and purpose is to encourage congregations to hold on to the hope of Jesus in uncertain and difficult times and to remember God’s faithfulness.

For more information or directions, contact the church office at 567-9320.

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