Programming will include musical concerts, worship services, training/workshops, business sessions, and activities for children and teens. In addition to the many ministry activities, more than 75 exhibitors will be presenting church-related services and supplies in the Kentucky International Convention Center.
The Assembly will officially open on Wednesday morning and is scheduled to close the following Sunday afternoon, July 29.
Highlights of the week will include nightly performances by the world-famous Bahamas Brass Band, musical talent from around the world, musical concerts by Contemporary Christian artist, Coffey Anderson, evening sermons by ministry leaders, and a presentation by “Focus on the Family’s” very own H.B. London.
The Church of God of Prophecy conducted its first General Assembly in January of 1906 with 21 individuals gathered in the home of J. C. Murphy, situated in a rural, mountainous area of North Carolina. A century later, an estimated 8,000-plus delegates, from more than 100 nations and every state in the United States, are expected to participate in the week’s activities.
All general sessions are free and open to the public. Professional photos and video footage are available with advance notice.
A complete schedule of the week’s activities is available online at http://cogop.org/ assembly.