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A Night of Music + Meaning
During Juno Week

Friday, March 23rd at 6:30PM

Coastal Church is proud to again host the JUNOfest Christian Showcase as part of JUNO Week on Friday, March 23. This night of music and meaning will feature 2018 JUNO Award nominees Jon Neufeld, and The Color, as well as Warren Dean Flandez and his high energy, soulful, Gospel choir. Come ready for a night to celebrate and worship. The evening will also be in support of ACTS, providing clean water to communities in Uganda.


The Color Band

The Color

* 2018 Juno Nominated Artist

The Color has been awarded multiple Canadian GMA awards and has spent the last few years touring their home country, full-time, from Coast to Coast. They have shared the stage with many great artists such as For King & Country, Tenth Avenue North, Jamie Grace, Kutless and they most recently toured across Canada with Grammy-nominated Building 429.

Warren Dean Flandez

Warren Dean Flandez

Award-winning, JUNO nominated Canadian recording artist Warren Dean Flandez describes his music simply as “songs with purpose”. But with an EP that debuted #2 on the iTunes Inspirational Charts Top 100, this Yellowknife born vocalist has rediscovered his church roots, reignited his faith and found solace in creating inspirational Canadian gospel music with his anticipated full length album ‘Eternally Grateful’.

Jon Nuefeld

Jon Neufeld

* 2018 Juno Nominated Artist

Jon Neufeld’s latest album, We Are Free,  is a culmination of the last few years of struggle and uncertainty, but also tremendous hope and joy. Jon says, “The things that have dominated my mind and life in the last few years are the usual suspects for the season of life that I’m in. Job, career, calling, and how to lead my family well. And amidst all of that, still finding my voice, and learning to live in my true identity as a child of God.”

Event proceeds to bring clean water to those in need

Acts Logo

The evening will also be in support of ACTS, providing clean water to communities in Uganda. In their 20 years of active involvement in clean water supply, ACTS has completed 21 gravity-flow water projects, providing clean water to 162,000 people in rural Uganda. For mothers, this means the risk of parasites and dangerous waterborne illnesses threatening the lives of their children. For young girls, it means walking kilometres every day with heavy cans down dangerous roads instead of going to school. Water is everything: education, good health, gender equality, food security. Water is life.