Singer-songwriter Annie Meadows of Faithrunner Ministries will perform with dancers from Remnant Ministries at the annual Lake Las Vegas “Celtic Christmas” tree lighting on Saturday, November 18 from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Held at Montelago Village, the event will also host a music performance from the Nevada Emerald Society Pipes & Drums, and include special appearances from Chalmer Harper of SOS Radio and Nate Tannenbaum of 8 News Now, KLAS-TV Las Vegas.
At the tree lighting, children can enjoy hot chocolate and photos with Santa. Attendees are encouraged to donate dark socks at the free event in support of a Sock Drive, sponsored in part by the SouthShore Country Club Lake Las Vegas and benefitting Shine A Light Foundation. The nonprofit is committed to helping the homeless population living in the underground flood channels of Las Vegas.
At 5 p.m. Annie Meadows will also be greeting guests at Seasons Market.
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About Annie Meadows
Annie Meadows has spent decades touring the world as a singer, songwriter, worship leader, speaker, author, and radio personality.
Having had her foundation shaken to the core by the death of her beloved husband Peter, she took a sabbatical to work through her grief. Never losing hope, she emerged with a newfound inner strength that was established years before when a man in New York surprised her with these words: “You will one day reach out to the broken-hearted, and the outcast of this world.”
Over the years, Annie has been called a “Navy Seal” in ministry, having overcome what most would refer to as unsurmountable hardships in life.
Continually seeking the presence of God has allowed her to endure illness, loss, sorrow, despair, and solitude. Annie has remained steadfast with her face to the wind, keeping her finger on the pulse of God.
In keeping the faith, she encourages her audiences to do so as well by sitting back and soaking in faith, hope, and love.
Annie will be a guidebook to those who are giving up and she will bring encouragement to those still holding on.
Her heart’s desire is to be used by God to “Repair the world one heart at a time.”