It’s going to be a

Celebration to Remember. . .

It won’t be the same without you!

Make plans to be a part of our Every Nation NYC 20-year celebration.

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Come join friends old and new, for a celebration weekend honoring the legacy and impact of Every Nation NYC on New York City and the world!
It’s going to be a family reunion that you simply cannot miss! We’re rolling out the red carpet for anyone who has ever called Every Nation NYC (or Morning Star New York) “home” over the last 20 years.
Every Nation NYC’s Story

September 11, 2001 was a day seared in the minds of every American. For many, the memories of the day remain vivid, that they remember where they were and what they were doing when they learned what happened in Lower Manhattan. Death. Chaos. Evil. Were the words used to paint the picture of the tragic moment.

Two days after the attacks on the World Trade Center and Pentagon, on September 13, Every Nation NYC Senior Minister Ron Lewis was driving eastbound on the George Washington Bridge. The world’s busiest bridge which only two days earlier, and for the first time in its history, was closed to public traffic for hours. At that time, the smoke still billowed from the ashes of the Twin Towers. As he was driving, Pastor Ron heard a voice say, “Out of these ashes, I will build a great church.”

Almost twenty years since that day, a community of believers in Manhattan, which was born out of one miraculous connection to the next, a heap of divine appointments, and fervent petitions to the heavens, has become a tri-state multi-cultural faith community that counts men and women from 66 nations as parts of one dynamic spiritual body. A church family whose storyline is rooted in faith, and filled with miracles—of lives changed, relationships restored, and the greatest miracle of them all—of individuals coming to the saving knowledge of Jesus Christ.

Every Nation NYC’s Story

September 11, 2001 was a day seared in the minds of every American. For many, the memories of the day remain vivid, that they remember where they were and what they were doing when they learned what happened in Lower Manhattan. Death. Chaos. Evil. Were the words used to paint the picture of the tragic moment.

Two days after the attacks on the World Trade Center and Pentagon, on September 13, Every Nation NYC Senior Minister Ron Lewis was driving eastbound on the George Washington Bridge. The world’s busiest bridge which only two days earlier, and for the first time in its history, was closed to public traffic for hours. At that time, the smoke still billowed from the ashes of the Twin Towers. As he was driving, Pastor Ron heard a voice say, “Out of these ashes, I will build a great church.”

Almost twenty years since that day, a community of believers in Manhattan, which was born out of one miraculous connection to the next, a heap of divine appointments, and fervent petitions to the heavens, has become a tri-state multi-cultural faith community that counts men and women from 66 nations as parts of one dynamic spiritual body. A church family whose storyline is rooted in faith, and filled with miracles—of lives changed, relationships restored, and the greatest miracle of them all—of individuals coming to the saving knowledge of Jesus Christ.

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Like those early years in the wake of 9/11, this will be an unforgettable weekend filled with memories, laughter, and a chance to renew your own vision and hope for what God is doing next.

We’ve got so many special moments planned including personal ministry times for you to receive prayer, prophetic ministry, and a chance to get refueled and refreshed at the deepest levels.

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