About the Concert

Saturday, March 16, 7 p.m.

50 Blind Line, Orangeville.

No tickets or admission fee.  A free-will offering will be taken and will support The Lighthouse in Orangeville (45%), World Renew (45%), and tour costs (10%).  See below for more on the organizations benefitting from the tour.

Orangeville CRC is an accessible building; all are welcome.

Seating capacity is limited.  Arrive early to avoid disappointment.

Note:  The concert may be audio and/or video recorded by tour organizers.

About Jeremy Benjamin

Jeremy is a singer-songwriter whose work blends elements of folk, pop, country, and gospel. In 2013, Jeremy released a commissioned work entitled Heidelberg: Songs from the Catechism to critical acclaim.  

Read more about Jeremy at jeremybenjaminmusic.com

Read more about the tour, including the tour blog, at iamnotmyown.org

You can view a video of a live performance of the song "I Am Not My Own" here:  www.youtube.com/watch?v=ucAwZe53Yvo

The lighthouse (orangeville)

The Lighthouse is sponsored by Good Friends Fellowship, located on Broadway in the heart of Orangeville.  The Lighthouse is open each weekday, serving a hot lunch, and providing a safe place for the lonely or struggling.

45% of all donations at the March 16th concert will be given to support the Lighthouse.

For more information, visit www.goodfriendschurch.com/lighthouse/

World Renew's Work in Nigeria

Compelled by God's deep passion for justice and mercy as described in Micah 6:8, World Renew joins communities around the world to renew hope, reconcile lives, and restore creation.

45% of donations at the March 16th concert will be given directly to World Renew for their work in food security and trauma healing in Nigeria.

For more on World Renew, visit www.worldrenew.net

For more on the World Renew programs specifically supported by the tour, visit https://iamnotmyown.org/mission-nigeria