Christian singer and songwriter to perform May 1 at Auburn Church


Noah Cleveland Photo submitted

In partnership with Salt and Light Ministries, Court Street Baptist Church, 129 Court St., Auburn, plans to present Christian artist, composer, author and speaker Noah Cleveland in concert at 6 p.m. on Sunday, May 1.

Cleveland, a native of Atlanta, Georgia, is best known musically for “My Savior Lives” and “Church With No Walls,” the latter of which became the theme song for local Christian organization Salt and Light Ministries, founded by Darlene Conant. of Auburn, according to a press release from the church.

Cleveland’s book, “Church With No Walls: A 21-Day Challenge,” has become a resource for pastors, churches, and ministries across the United States to help them step outside their building walls and be the church.

Since starting Be Loud Ministries in 2009, Cleveland has shared stages with Toby Mac, David Crowder, Sadie Robertson, Britt Nicole, Zach Williams, Sidewalk Prophets, For King and Country, Passion, Newsong and many other artists.

Cleveland, his wife, Ivy, and their two young children travel full time, ministering throughout the country.

A voluntary offering will be received and there will be a reception in the church sacristy after the concert.


For more information, contact Kathy Haley at [email protected] or 207-784-6661.


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