"Seek the Lord while he may be found", "Isaiah 55:6", Pastor Solomon Kinloch Jr. and the Triumph Church has made great strides here in our city as well as being a world wide name that has become notable not just to people in the metro Detroit area, but across the country. Pastor Solomon Kinloch Jr. being the senior pastor of the Triumph Church for 14 years has built not only a great ministry, but a great empire which includes 10 worship services and 5 locations, being named as one of the fastest growing African-American churches in the country with more than 2,200 new members in 2011.
Birthed out of this ministry is one of the most exciting, impactful, and anointed quarterly worship service that was designed to encourage, uplift and strengthen women entitled, Dawn Seekers.
Dawn Seekers started with a few hundred women who were compelled to keep the bond between women and worship. Through this bond, Dawn Seekers has expanded into one of the largest women’s worship service in the city of Detroit, starting at the Cass Technical High School with a couple of hundred women and has expanded to COBO Arena, downtown Detroit, drawing more than 5,000 participants.
Pastor Kinloch’s dedicated soul stirring messages has captured and cultivated the attention of women who are broken, in despair, and on the verge of giving up or just simply needed to hear a word from the Lord.
Dawn Seekers purpose is being fulfilled as souls are being saved, the bond of women are strengthened, and the Good news is being spread abroad.
With great anticipation on May 12, 2012 at 6:00am at Cobo Arena, DawnSeekers will welcome Ce-Ce Winans as their special guest as the women of the city of Detroit join together in love with one purpose, to lift up the name of Jesus.
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