The Doxa Guys (from left) Rick Enns, Dan Kim, Vijay Manuel, Dustin Freund and Jared Falk perform Jan. 20 at the Doxa event at Central Heights Church.

The Doxa Guys perform at free worship event

Program on Jan. 20 at Central Heights Church in Abbotsford

The popular Doxa movement from the turn of the century comes to Abbotsford on Sunday, Jan. 20.

The event takes place at Central Heights Church (1661 McCallum Rd.) from 8:30 to 10 p.m.

“Doxa was always about people coming together to worship the Lord, and that’s what we’ll do at this special event. Nothing sold, no money made – pure and simple worship,” says Vijay Manuel, Doxa leader and the head of MEI Schools.

The Doxa Guys band performing at the event includes original musicians Jared Falk, Rick Enns, Dan Kim and Dustin Freund – all graduates of MEI Schools.

The event is free, but tickets are required.

The event sold out at 1,100 attendees within the first few days, but there is still an opportunity for non-ticket holders to enter.

Guests with tickets will be accepted first, and then the event will be opened up to others.

Guests with tickets will be accepted first, and then the event will be opened up to others. Visit “The Doxa Guys” on Facebook for more information.

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