If one judged solely by appearances, Grace Cathedral does not look like a church that could attract a nationally known television minister for a two-day revival. The church sits modestly on the major thoroughfare that leads from Greenville to the mountains of North Carolina. The quick pace of parishioners, however, hurrying to get inside hints that something special is going on here. Once inside, you're immersed into a spirit of worship and praise that is uplifting and soul satisfying. One quickly sees that Grace Cathedral is a big treasure in a little box. Under the leadership of Apostle Sammy Smith http://www.apostlesammysmith.com, Grace Cathedral Ministries is a word based church dedicated to "reaching the lost at any cost."
It is to this humble but energetic setting that Bishop George Bloomer has come. Bishop Bloomer http://www.ggbloomer.org/about/who is the founder and senior pastor of Bethel Family Worship Center in Durham, NC holds the degree of a Doctorate of Religious Arts in Christian Psychology and ministers regularly on both the TBN and the Word Networks. Bishop Bloomer began the two night revival by telling those present that there is no need to fear 2013. "The world," he said "fears the number 13, but believers should not because God's love starts at 13; he (God) takes a bad thing and makes it good."
Bishop Bloomer will be in revival at Grace Cathedral for two days: Wednesday, January 9, 2013 and Thursday, January 10. 2013. Services begin at 7:30p.m. Get to Grace Cathedral where you too will say in this new year about the things of the Lord, "It's all or nothing!"