Creation Festival returns

Event delayed due to pandemic

Sentinel photo by JOSH YODER
Lead guitarist Anthony Armstrong and lead singer Michael Barnes of the band RED performs at Creation Festival on Wednesday.
Sentinel photo by JOSH YODER
Shawn and Michael Cavallo of Manic Drive pose for camera during a meet and greet with fans at Creation Festival on Wednesday.

MOUNT UNION — After a two year absence, Creation Festival returned to Agape Farm in Shirleysburg to celebrate Jesus Christ.

The festival included a range of bands, speakers and vendors, some who traveled great distances to worship the Lord.

Many speakers came on the main stage and preached the Gospel and encouraged one another to follow the example set by Jesus Christ.

Also at Creation, the long barn housed several vendors, which included meet and greets of the artists who were performing on that particular day. But there were also plenty of Christian colleges looking to help youth apply to their respected universities not only for a good education, but looking for ways to get closer to God.

Many charitable vendors were there as well, with some looking for people to help serve the Lord whether it helping people with fitness, mental health issues, adopting a child in need and many that look to end human trafficking.


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