Glorious Pop Louange
  • West End

Glorious est un groupe de Pop Louange né à la suite des JMJ en 2000. Fondé par deux frères, Benjamin et Thomas Pouzin, leurs sept albums sortis à ce jour se sont écoulés au cumul à plus de 150 000 exemplaires, du jamais vu en France.

Leur mission : accompagner une assemblée dans la louange.

Avec des textes de prières ouvertement inspirées de la Bible et une musique influencée par la pop actuelle (Coldplay...) Glorious a initié une véritable révolution dans l'Eglise de France avec ces soirées de louange, et l'animation paroissiale de l'église Sainte Blandine, à Lyon

Le 22 juin, le groupe propose un concert de Louange. Une initiative inspirée des États Unis où beaucoup de nouvelles initiatives semblables font le plein. Thomas et Benjamin souhaitent une soirée très accessible et accueillante pour les gens loin de l'Eglise, autant dans la forme : nouveau système son, écran géant, lumière de concert, musique nouvelle... que dans le fond: un temps de prédication, plus recueilli est proposé au cours de la soirée.

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