THE ORPHEUM PRESENTS:
Ascend the Hill
Least Of These, The Walking Tree
1915 East 7th Avenue
Tampa, FL, 33605
Doors 6:00 PM (event ends at 11:00 PM)
This event is all ages
Watch & Listen
Ascend the Hill
More than a band, more than songs craftily arranged by musicians, more than a group of dudes running after their dreams. Ascend The Hill exists for a purpose far greater than our own selfish endeavors…we exist to make much of the name of Jesus. Without Him in our midst we’re just another social gathering, and we’re wasting our time.
A.W. Tozer said, “thirsty hearts are those whose longings have been wakened by the touch of God within them.” Our desire is that every person who comes in contact with our music will have the opportunity to be “wakened by the touch of God,” and will never be the same for it.
The ministry and anointing that has been entrusted to Ascend The Hill is that of:
RESTORATION – preparing a spotless bride for Christ
RECONCILIATION – bringing the gospel of Jesus to the lost
It is our conviction that through the power of His presence, and the gospel of Jesus Christ preached in every gathering – this world will experience an awakening.
Ascend The Hill is: Joel Davis, Jonathan Thomas, Hayden Davidson & Seth Davis
Least Of These
Least of These consists of 4 young men from the DFW area in Texas, who simply want to know Christ more deeply. Their goal as a band is to spread the gospel throughout the nations and love others in doing so. They are a band set on writing honest, passionate, and heartfelt lyrics put to music that is equally as passionate. Least of These is a band that doesn't try to fit in a mold, but writes whatever is put on their hearts no matter what the sound is. Christ is the main reason this band exists and He gets all the glory.
The Walking Tree
The Walking Tree exists because of the love that has been graciously poured out on each and every one of us. Our mission is to be love to all we encounter, pointing hearts to the King of kings and Lord of lords. We are striving to become more like Jesus, accepting our position in God’s Kingdom and our identity as sons. ”We Are Instruments” is a celebration of the freedom that has been given to us through Jesus Christ.