Nick Hall to Host ‘God Lives Here Oakland’ Prayer Walk and Worship Rally

OAKLAND, CA — Nick Hall, evangelist and founder of Pulse, the millennial-led evangelism movement, will host “God Lives Here Oakland,” a prayer walk beginning at City Hall and ending with a worship rally at Lake Merritt on July 16.

Nick Hall Prayer Walk
Photo by Pulse, Facebook

Similar to events hosted in Houston and at the Southern Border earlier this month, “God Lives Here Oakland” will be hosted by Nick Hall and feature artists such as Social Club Misfits, Pulse Collective and Miles Minnick.

The event will begin with a prayer walk at 5 p.m. PST and a worship rally at 6 p.m. PST. Nick Hall will serve as the headline speaker and provide a biblical challenge for a generation to follow Jesus and serve their communities.

“Our message that ‘God Lives Here’ was so well received in Houston and at the Southern Border. Those experiences have encouraged me even more to bring the hope of Jesus to Oakland,” said Nick Hall. “My vision is that a generation of believers will rise up across the nation and the world to spread the message of hope found in Jesus with their friends, their families and their cities.”

Find more information here.

Nick Hall is available for interviews. Please email [email protected] to check availability.


Pulse is a Minneapolis-based, millennial-led prayer and evangelism movement on mission to make Jesus known. For over a decade, Pulse has hosted some of the largest events for the next generation, impacting over five million students and young adults.

Nick Hall is the founder and president of Pulse and a leading international evangelist. He holds a position on the Board of Directors Executive Committee of the National Association of Evangelicals. He is the author of Reset: Jesus Changes Everything.

Website: pulse.org | Facebook: pulsemovement | Instagram: @pulse.movement | Youtube: Pulse


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