SPIRIT Events

Good Friday
Frank Erwin Center
  • Apr 14
  • 6:30 PM
  • All Ages
  • Free

Join us April 14th as over 300 churches from all over the Austin area come together to remember what Jesus did for us. Together, we will enjoy Communion, worship led by a multi-church band, inspirational message, and support our community.

Featuring Kirk Franklin

For nearly two decades now, Kirk Franklin has been a multi-platinum-selling purveyor of majestic fusions of gospel and contemporary music, and a mirror of Christian humanity boldly reflecting what one faith walking man can accomplish when he focuses on God and utilizes the gifts He gives. Franklin is a pioneer in gap-bridging musicianship, uniting audiences across gospel, hip hop, pop and R&B. His irresistible rhythms and rhapsodies have resulted in albums that consistently top both Billboard’s Gospel and Christian charts, as well as ascend triumphantly into the Top 10 of the R&B/Hip Hop chart.

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See Map / Get Directions
Frank Erwin Center 1701 Red River Street Austin, TX 78701 (512) 471-7744 Website Direction

From North Austin
Take Mopac south, exit Enfield/15th Street, turn left onto 15th street (headed east), turn left at Red River (headed north) and the Frank Erwin Center will be on your right.

Take IH35 south, exit Martin Luther King Blvd., turn right onto Martin Luther King Blvd. (headed west), turn left at Red River (headed south) and the Frank Erwin Center will be on your left.

From South Austin
Take Mopac north, exit Enfield/15th Street, turn right onto 15th street (headed east), turn left at Red River (headed north) and the Frank Erwin Center will be on your right.

Take IH35 north, exit 15th street, turn left onto 15th street (headed west), turn right (headed north) at Red River and the Frank Erwin Center will be on your right.

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