Well-Known Pastor Adding Aerialists to Worship Services

An aerialist performs during a worship service.
An aerialist performs during a worship service. (itsapostleb/Instagram)

In recent years, churches across the world have added anything from strobe lights to bumping bass to their worship services, which have attracted a variety of people. But as Christians, is the "show" becoming more important than the act of worship.

Recently, a church in Atlanta added a new act to their worship service. Embassy Church International announced that they would be adding aerialists as a regular part of their services.

Apostle Bryan Meadows, the head pastor and founder of Embassy Church International, made the announcement on Instagram, sharing photos and video of an aerialist at the Christian conference.

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