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August 31st, 2009

Creation Fest concert canceled, food drive continues
Creation Fest concert canceled, food drive continues
Creation Fest concert canceled, food drive continues
Creation Fest concert canceled, food drive continues
Creation Fest concert canceled, food drive continues
Creation Fest concert canceled, food drive continues

As you know, Creation Fest: The Tour, featuring Jars of Clay, Thousand Foot Krutch, Audio Unplugged (with Mark and Will from Audio Adrenaline), and other special musical guests, was scheduled to take place on Monday, September 14 in Hudson Hall of the Connection Center.

However, due to a sudden change in the tour schedule, we've been informed this event has now been canceled. While Brentwood Baptist and Kairos were happy to serve as the host venue for this event, we fully understand the dynamics that often accompany tour schedules.

Now for the good news.
Creation Fest was kind enough to attach their name to Set Free Skid Row Church, a Kairos IMPACT Partner. We're excited to announce that, due to the large donation of clothing given in support of this concert, the homeless living on the streets of Skid Row in Los Angeles will greatly benefit as a result of the clothing drive!

Thank you to those who gave so generously to make an IMPACT in the lives of others.

If you haven’t donated clothes, but would like to do so, Kairos will be accepting clothing donations through next Thursday, September 17. Drop clothing donations in the “Skid Row Graffiti” trash cans located at Kairos on Tuesday nights or during the week at the Connection Café.

For more information or ticket refunds, click here.