Jo Dee Messina has a personal invitation for you to come out Saturday, April 24th! Please note that our location at the church has changed — we will now be meeting in Morgan Hall. Don’t forget to sign up! 

Ellee Hilley and Jody Singletary share why YOU should be excited about Jo Dee Messina coming to FBC Griffin on Saturday, April 24th!

Jo Dee Messina is a household name in the country music industry, but the genre in which she gained her fame is not the only one to which she devotes her talents. Jo Dee built quite a résumé along the way, posting nine No. 1 hits, sixteen Top 40 songs, and selling over five million albums worldwide. She also rewrote history when she became the first female in country music to celebrate three consecutive multi-week, chart-topping songs. Throughout her career, she has worked tirelessly to turn her country music dreams into realities; however, over the last few years, her heart has taken her in a direction separate and apart from where she began. A devout Christian, Jo Dee has been drawn toward sharing God’s word with her audience, and her heart desires to combine her talents with her faith to best serve the Kingdom.

Registration and Attendance at the Event

Seating is limited to 250 people. We ask that each person who would like to attend complete a registration form.

There are no printed tickets for the event. You are encouraged to print your confirmation code (or save it to your phone) once you submit this registration form. Once you arrive at the event, please show your confirmation code or give your name to the host, who will have the master list of registrations.

If you have questions about the event or childcare, please contact Jody Singletary at (404) 723-5878.

Please note that FBC Covid-19 protocols include social distancing and the church strongly encourages wearing masks. Please do not attend if you are not feeling well the day of the event, if you have any of Covid-19 symptoms identified by the CDC, or if you have been in contact with someone who has been ill or was recently diagnosed with Covid-19.

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