Our 3rd Worship Music Open Mic!

The first one was very worshipful!  A lot of people showed up and played.  The 2nd one was very intimate and full of love.  We added an hour and it is now 6-9 PM.

Some have played original compositions they have written honoring our Lord.  Some have played popular worship songs.  We have had a set with harp that left people stunned, a violin player that was amazing, popular Jewish worship music and popular Christian worship music – It is AWESOME!

open mic 6-9

Bring your instrument (we have drums so no need to bring those)

We are the “GREEN” Door in the middle!

425 Washington  Kansas City, MO 64105


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About Even If Ministries

Dani'el 3:17-18 (CJB) 17 Your majesty, if our God, whom we serve, is able to save us, he will save us from the blazing hot furnace and from your power. 18 But even if he doesn’t, we want you to know, your majesty, that we will neither serve your gods nor worship the gold statue which you have set up.”
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5 Responses to OPEN MIC This FRIDAY!

  1. Patrick Donovan says:

    My wife and I saw your ad about open mic on April 5 and were interested in playing. Could you please tell me something about your ministry.

    • Blessings Pat!

      Nothing fancy – It is a worship music only format. Many, if not most, people that attend are worship leaders at different congregations and/or members of Christian or Messianic bands or worship teams.

      Some people do solo where they try out a new song to our Lord that they have written.

      It is based on the premise of the following verse:

      Psalm 133:1 (NASB)
      1 Behold, how good and how pleasant it is For brothers to dwell together in unity!

      We start every Open Mic with prayer and then this song – we sing it in Hebrew (Hinei Ma Tov) and then in English.

      We usually end each Open mic with How great is our God and get as many people on stage for that one as we can fit. One particular night we sang it in English, Spanish, Hebrew and Arabic.

      The other verse than is a basis of this Open Mic is the “One New Man”:

      Ephesians 2:13-16 (CJB)
      13 But now, you who were once far off have been brought near through the shedding of the Messiah’s blood.
      14 For he himself is our shalom — he has made us both one and has broken down the m’chitzah (barrier wall) which divided us
      15 by destroying in his own body the enmity occasioned by the Torah, with its commands set forth in the form of ordinances. He did this in order to create in union with himself from the two groups a single new humanity and thus make shalom,
      16 and in order to reconcile to God both in a single body by being executed on a stake as a criminal and thus in himself killing that enmity.

      It is basically seasnoned worshippers letting their hair down in praise of our Great God, His son Yeshua (Jesus) and the Holy Spirit.

      Here is what one of our new friends in Messiah said after his first time with us:

      “I am at an Open Mic night at The Way at 425 Washington, Kansas City, Mo on the west end of the River market area. Not what I expected…it is way better! More of a worship jam session. Not a big place, no fancy sound and lights…just grateful people in fellowship…a place where church musicians can let their hair down. First Friday of the month. I will definitely be back.”

      Hope this helps Patrick!
      Be Blessed

      • Donovan, Pat J (GE Transportation) says:


        Thank you for responding so quickly. It sounds like this is something my wife and I would like to check out. We have been worship leaders in the past – worship is in our hearts and it is very important to us. One last question: My wife and I are older and just wanted to know if Open Mic is set up for a younger group.

        Because of Him,


  2. We have had a teenage harp player and we have several grandpas (myself included) play. The music varies from popular “KLOVE” songs to older classics to original compositions. I wouldn’t think anyone would be out of place that is worshipping our wonderful Creator. I think we even did a bluegrass hymn once or twice.

    Some people raise their hands, some do Davidic dance, some just clap – We try to have snacks and drinks – we don’t charge but you are welcome to leave a blessing in the blessing jar. It is really just a 3 hour worship in songs of many types.

    Hope this is helpful

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