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Andy Needham Band and Jaime Jam at FBC


I want to thank Andy Needham Band and Jaime Jamgochian for coming to FBC for a fundraising concert for Open Hearts Ministry!

I want to introduce you to Andy Needham Band, a band here in the greater Boston area, starting off as a summer camp praise & worship team and growing into a full-time ministry band with a large and growing influence. One of the things I love about their ministry is a church-base focus. Andy Needham said, “Being in a local church helped ground me in God’s passion for His people, I have always loved worship, but I needed to be reminded that when Jesus left the earth he didn’t start a camp or a band, He started the Church.”

Jaime Jamgochian comes to us from Nashville, TN, but she is a Boston-area native. A well-known Christian artist, with a passion especially for reaching teenager girls, with her Modest is Hottest campaign. She came to know the Lord at the Berklee College of Music, which completely changed her life. In addition to concerts and events, Jaime leads worship at her local church in Nashville, where she also mentors girls. 

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