Hundreds of people showed up for a unique worship service at the Heart O' Texas Fair and Rodeo Sunday morning.
Four churches came together to host a bilingual service as a way to bring their communities together.
Members from Brazos Meadows Baptist Church, Maranatha, Zion Hill and MoldBreakers were there. Every seat was filled and many people were standing as they sang praises that could be heard from the parking lot.
"It's an incredible experience. Especially with all races, even across denominational lines, bilingual. This is kind of a preview of heaven," said Billy Edwards, pastor for Brazos Meadows Baptist Church.
Edwards said his church has hosted this service at the fair for several years. This is the second year they've invited the other churches to join them.
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