On Sunday 29th November, Seth Pinnock and A New Thing are returning for a night of worship, praise and encounter at E5 Bristol City Church. Seth will be with us at the Midnight Cry Tour in the evening at 6.30pm. Come and join us and invite your friends to see God at work as we worship Him.
Hailing from Birmingham, England, Seth Anthony Pinnock, started Midnight Cry in his teens. Seth had a vision to create an environment where youth can develop and enhance their Christian faith. Not limiting its definition to creative expressions, but also faith in regards to social justice and corporate exploits.
In 2006 he formed See & Be Transformation Services (now known as God’s Bride Ministries) a faith based voluntary organization that hosts socio-evangelistic projects and charitable programs which focus on educating, empowering and equipping people, families and communities towards a positive and successful future, encouraging them see and be their purpose in life, despite its challenges.
Finally, in July 2007, at 17, Seth hosted the first Midnight Oil Summit was held in Birmingham. Now attracting over 1000 delegates annually and world renown’s leaders within the Christian community. The Midnight Oil Summit continues to hold a distinctive niche within the BME Christian community as possibly the only, if not first national, non-denominational, youth and young adult’s conference managed from start to finish by young people from churches across the United Kingdom.
Now living in London, Seth is studying architecture at degree level, and in turn launched the Spin Creative Unit, a graphic and website design company.
Currently, Seth is an active member of his home church ‘Ruach Ministries’ and sits as a youth representative for the ‘Council Of Black Led Churches’, which represents over 300 churches with the West Midlands region.
Seth now 21 years old fronts a Christian band called ‘A New Thing’ (A.N.T.). From supporting Grammy nominated artists to touring Europe plus many major pipeline projects. It is apparent A.N.T are gearing up to be a pioneering, ground breaking affluence to the current Christian music scene.
…for surely, the best is yet to come
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