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Village Lights Releases Bilingual Song Serving American + Latino Church

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A well-known Elevation Worship song, “O Come to the Altar” resonated closely with Village Lights who began integrating it in their times of ministry. As a multicultural band, Village Lights have been embracing a bilingual interpretation of this song, titled “Ven Ante Su Trono” in Spanish, with worship leader Ricky Vazquez singing it on multiple occasions.

“I have seen so much fruit in being able to worship in both of my native tongues and serve the Latino community in the US in this way,” he shares. Growing up in the US as Puerto Rican, Ricky explains having “felt in between two worlds and not fully belonging to either one.”

This song became a healing experience and a staple in Village Lights’s setlist, who are excited to finally capture their own version. With this new release, recorded live, the collective hope to bring more unity to the Church, as well as to represent the multi-faceted Kingdom of God, where every tribe, nation, and tongue gathers around the altar to worship the Lord.

 

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