ONE Worship is hosting its final evening of worship before summer, wrapping up two years of bringing the Christian community together. 

June 30 marks the final ONE Worship Night before the summer break. Richard Hale, the founder of ONE Worship Night, has seen the evening evolve over the past two years but has kept the focus the same.

"The focus has always still been that night of worship," Hale explained. "But we've always been open to that leading of the spirit."

Over the years, Hale has seen believers from all over southern Manitoba making the drive to join them at Calvary Temple on the last Saturday of every month. Gathering as one church and worshiping God with one voice is important to Hale.

"In his word, God promises to draw near to us when we draw near to him," he said. "That's one of the promises I've always loved and I've always stood on."

The final spring ONE Worship Night will have a bit of a different feel though. Hale notes that they have been intentional about not having a lot of speaking in the past. That changes this Saturday as Eric Samuel Timm joins them.

"If you've never seen (his art), it's really spectacular," Hale said. "I'm also really excited for him to speak to us."

Timm has spoken in 35 different countries, reaching people using both word and art. 

Hale says he is excited for year number three, which will kick off again in September. He isn't sure if there will be too many changes, but does say he isn't willing to put the night "in a box."