Serve Our City, an alliance of churches in the greater Austin Texas area recently held their sold out Good Friday Service. With over 300 churches participating, the 14,000 seat Erwin Center was packed out to both remember Good Friday and to raise money for a good cause. One Ten Pictures produced the promotional commercial that was sent out to broadcast and social media.
Below is an article by Austin TV station, KVUE.
People attend service for Good Friday, good cause
AUSTIN — Just ahead of Easter, more than 14,000 people gathered at the Erwin Center to celebrate Good Friday and help victims of sex and human trafficking.
The Good Friday service included more than 300 churches around Austin. All donations will go toward helping build a retreat for local and statewide victims of sex and human trafficking.
“We have so many victims that need help that need some kind of shelter,” said Austin Police Sgt. Bob Miljenovich with the Austin Police Department’s Human Trafficking Unit.
The shelter will be a 50 acre retreat right outside of Austin called The Refuge Ranch. The $6.5 million facility will help up to 48 girls, ages 11 to 17.
Read the full article on the KVUE Austin Website