‘We Are Messengers’ Coming to Decatur October 15 – Decatur Tribune


Mt. Zion, IL – Saturday, October 15e a Christian concert is the first to occur at the Lincoln Square Theater. Nationally known, We Are Messengers Wholehearted Fall Tour Concert stops to perform in downtown Decatur.

The United Methodist Church of Mt. Zion in Mt. Zion, with a membership of approximately 70 members, wanted to present this concert to the public. We want our communities to feel closer so that we can begin to heal from what has happened in and around our regions.

We Are Messengers frontman Darren Mulligan says this personal concert will change and influence people’s lives. The show will be important because the music is special to listen to, to dance, to sing and to praise God with his people. We need it more than ever, says Mulligan. We are honored to come to Decatur and look forward to playing our new songs, our third full album, Wholehearted, which will include the song “Come What May”. This song topped Billboard’s Christian Airplay chart and maintained the #1 position on the Mediabase CCM Audience chart for 14 weeks.

Tickets are very affordable for these well-known artists. $28 for general seating and $48 for VIP seating which includes 5:00 p.m. arrival, a free laminated photo, Q&A with the singers, and a chance to purchase souvenirs before the concert begins.

Doors open at 6:00 p.m. and the concert begins at 7:00 p.m. at the Lincoln Square Theater in downtown Decatur. Everyone is welcome!

Tickets can be purchased at: Mt. Zion United Methodist Church Monday through Thursday 8:30 a.m. to noon, Lincoln Square Theater daily by appointment, call 217-454-4583, Chevrolet Hall of Fame Museum at 3635 US Rt. 36 East 10am-5pm daily except Monday. First United Methodist in Decatur, United Methodist Church in Sullivan, New Hope Church in Shelbyville, All Things Beautiful Boutique in Decatur, Annette’s Classy Cuts in Mt. Zion, Kenney’s Ace Hardware in Decatur or purchase tickets at: www.mtzunitedmethodistchurch.com or at the door.


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