Rich Hopkins to lead Sunday’s W.O.W.

Worship leader and composer Rick Hopkins will be leading Worship on the Waterfront at the Grand Haven Waterfront Stadium from 7:30-8:45 p.m. Sunday. Through his singing and song writing, Hopkins desires to share his life experience and a lifelong journey with God through music. His hope is that it will resonate with the audience longing to see a broken world made right. Hopkins puts his energy and emotion into writing songs that stir people closer to God. He said he also loves to lead worship and be part of a group of people desiring to see God move and be glorified.
Anonymous
Jul 23, 2011

 

Hopkins has been playing guitar since he was 15, and has played in bands both in and out of college. For the past seven years, he has volunteered as the worship leader at Ada Bible Church.

He recorded his first album, “Still Frame,” in 2007. Hopkins has opened for Christian music artists Aaron Schust, 33 Miles, Warren Barfield and Andrew Peterson. 

Hopkins, his wife and four children live in Saranac. He works for National Heritage Academics in Grand Rapids. 

Worship on the Waterfront will begin at 7:30 p.m., rain or shine. Admission is free; however, a free-will offering will be taken with a focus on feeding Haiti.

Prior to Hopkins’ show, people can join the Little Tree Praise Team in a time of singing and worship at 7:10 p.m.  

Online:
www.worshiponthewaterfront.org

 

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