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Hit Play is a full service event production company based in Richmond, VA. Hit Play is a boutique firm specializing in the design and management of audio, video, and lighting systems for live events.
Rabbi Eric Carlson - Newport News
Rabbi Eric Carlson is founder and shepherd of Congregation Zion's Sake, a Messianic Congregation located in Newport News, VA. Eric is a native of Fairview, Pennsylvania. He attained the rank of Senior Chief Petty Officer in the United States Navy, retiring in August 2003 after 22 years of decorated service in the Fast Attack Submarine Force. Responding to God’s call, he founded Congregation Zion’s Sake in May 2000 and entered full time ministry upon retiring from Naval Service. Rabbi Carlson was ordained by the International Alliance of Messianic Congregations and Synagogues (IAMCS) in January 2006 after two years of Messianic Yeshiva. He is currently serves on the M.J.A.A. Executive Board, the board of “The Road to Jerusalem”, “Awakening the Voice of Truth”, and “The Truth In The Spirit”. Eric hosts a daily Radio program “Torah Chai” on the Oasis Network WYCS 91.5 FM in Tidewater, VA and the flagship Station KNYD 90.5 FM in Broken Arrow/Tulsa, OK. He has been a speaker at U.S. Military Chaplain Retreats, regional Aglow International conferences, First Nations Conferences, College Commencements, as well as numerous ministry outreaches in the United States, Africa, Canada, Hungry, Israel, Russia, and Ukraine. Eric is married to the former Barbara Patterson of Altoona, PA. Barb teaches Israeli and Messianic Worship Dance and leads the Congregation Zion’s Sake Dance Team “Yachad”. She has led “Yachad” on several international outreach trips to Russia and Siberia. Barb has taught dance nationally at M.J.A.A. and U.M.J.C. Conferences. Eric and Barb have four children, six grandchildren and currently reside in York County, VA.
Pastor Rudolph Jones Sr. - Petersburg
Pastor Rudolph Jones Sr. is the Pastor of Holy Ground Ministries which began its first service in September 2001 in his home. Holy Ground began when God gave Pastor Rudolph and his late wife, Evangelist Bessie Linda Jones, a vision for resurrecting marriages and ministering to those in prison and “for whom nothing has been prepared”.
Pastor Jones holds a Bachelor’s degree in Biblical Counseling from Revelation Bible College. He has held marriage seminars over the past forty years. Teaching God’s people how to understand the marriage union and pointing out to couples their ordained roles. Pastor Jones is used by the Spirit of God to encourage, instruct and motivate husbands and wives to continue in their marital relationship to restore, rebuild, and regenerate their marital covenant and to bring about a firm reconciliation. He has also ministered at several prison institutes for thirty years, where he has seen God set many free. Some of the places are Beaumont Juvenile Center for Boys and Girls, James River Correctional Center for Men and Women, and Central State Mental Hospital, Forensic Unit, Petersburg Virginia and Chesterfield Women Correctional Center – Camp 13, where he still ministers on the first Friday of every other month. Pastor Jones is married to Dr. Gwendolyn Wooden-Jones who is truly dedicated to this ministry and its vision. Along with his wife, children, grandchildren, and the members of Holy Ground Ministries, Pastor Jones continues to become involved in community outreach and is dedicated to helping God’s people.
Sherrie Moore - Richmond
Sherrie Moore is an ordained minister, speaker, and pioneer who functions in a seer/prophet anointing locally and globally. Her work among multiple ethnic groups has given her insight regarding God’s calling on tribes, tongues, and nations. In 1999, she and her late husband founded and directed Common Thread Ministries and the Richmond International House of Prayer (RIHOP). In 2015, God began to speak to Sherrie about Egypt and a bridge being formed from her city to the Isaiah 19 Highway with a particular personal assignment in the land of Egypt which has expanded into multiple cities in Egypt with an emphasis on serving at-risk girls, prisoners' wives and their children, widows, the poor, and women who serve in some of the darkest and most impoverished locations in upper Egypt. In 2019, MAPS Global--a missional training/sending organization that exists to pray, preach, and sing in the most unreached regions of the earth--moved its headquarters to Richmond, Virginia. MAPS adopted RIHOP (now the Global Prayer Room) into its emerging “Antioch” center, and Sherrie became part of the global leadership team which now has International bases in Eurasia, the Levant and the Middle East.
Holiday Inn Express Richmond - Midtown
0.3 miles from Hill City Church (the Commons)
2000 Staples Mill Rd, Richmond, VA 23230
Country Inn & Suites by Radisson Richmond West
1.1 miles from Hill City Church (the Commons)
8010 W. Broad St, Richmond, VA 23294
Embassy Suites by Hilton Richmond
1.5 miles from Hill City Church (the Commons)
2925 Emerywood Pkwy, Richmond, VA 23294
The Westin Richmond
1.7 miles from Hill City Church (the Commons)
6631 W. Broad St, Richmond, VA 23230
Courtyard by Marriott Richmond West
1.6 miles from Hill City Church (the Commons)
6400 W. Broad St, Richmond, VA 23230
Econo Lodge Richmond, VA
1.8 miles from Hill City Church (the Commons)
7300 W. Broad St, Richmond, VA 23294
Residence Inn by Marriott Richmond Midtown/Glenside
2.0 miles from Hill City Church (the Commons)
5416 Glenside Dr, Richmond, VA 23228