Glad Tiders is the world’s most famous Christian music festival.

The venue has been a part of the community for more than a century, and the site’s reputation as a venue for evangelists and people of faith is well established.

The festival is often touted as a success story in the church-run venue’s history, but its history has also had its share of controversy.

One of the most famous incidents came in 1992 when the festival had to be shut down due to the outbreak of the deadly disease MERS-CoV-19.

The event’s founder, the Rev Paul Kavanagh, was killed in the incident, and many people took to the streets of the city to protest against what they saw as a religious boycott of the festival.

During the festival’s closure, the community was asked to leave and the church, which was hosting a church service in the area, was forced to hire security to protect it.

Now, Glad Tidness has been forced to relocate due to an outbreak of MERS.

But the festival will still continue as planned in the same venue, with a different name.

The name is now the Hope Park in Burlington, and it will open on Friday, March 8.

The news comes from The New York Times, which broke the news.

The Hope Park, which is part of Glad Tidestings in Burbridge, will open as Glad Tidies Hope Park on March 8, 2017.

Hope Park is a place where people can gather and be thankful for the blessings they have received, according to the Hope Valley Evangelical Church.

Hope Valley Church, which holds its annual church service at Hope Park and is known for its evangelism, is seeking to reopen its festival and is looking to bring back a new event to the community.

The church, founded in 1978, has grown in size and capacity since then and has hosted hundreds of people over the years.

Hope Vale pastor Scott Johnson, who has been leading the group’s mission to bring Glad Tidiness back to the city, said he was encouraged by the news and that the hope to return to the festival would continue.

“We have been so blessed with the people who have come out and attended our church services,” he said.

“I think this is a wonderful opportunity to give back to our community and do something good.”

The new Hope Park event will be a two-day festival and will run from March 8 to 11.

Hope Village, a group that works to promote faith in and around the Hope Village community, will be hosting a prayer service from 2:00pm to 3:00 pm at the Hope Hill Community Center.

They are hoping to get around 400 people to attend, which would be an incredible turnout for a two day event.

“The festival is going to be in a different location, but we will have people that come in from around the country and other parts of the world that come to enjoy this,” Hope Village spokesperson Katie Smith said.

The ministry has been working for the past few years to try and rebrand the event, and will have volunteers from around Australia on hand to work with the festival staff.

The hope will work with Hope Valley churches and community groups to create a more inclusive and welcoming environment for the festival and for people who come out.

Hope will also be donating money to local charities that help those in need and hopes to expand its fundraising efforts for charities that benefit the community by hosting events like the Hope Garden, a community garden, to provide an opportunity for people to gather and have a communal gathering to help feed hungry families.

The new festival will have the name Hope Park changed to Hope Village and will be located on the site of the former Hope Hill Church, just outside of Gladville.

Hope Town Centre, which opened in 2017, will host the new festival from March 7 to 10.

Hope Place Church, a church that has hosted a lot of churches and other non-denominational events, has also been invited to host a service.

Hope City Community Centre, a non-profit that operates a shelter and soup kitchen for homeless people, will also have a service at the site from March 10 to 12.

Hope Hill will also host a community event from March 13 to 14, including a youth festival from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 a.m., and a youth basketball tournament from 9:00 to 10:00 am.

Hope Church will host a youth concert at the festival from 9 a. m. to 12 p. m., and Hope Place will host its youth basketball game from 9 p. to 10 p.

The remaining events are still to be announced.

Hope is one of three new events to be hosted by the Hope Church, but it’s the only one to be run as a church event.