(Christian News Network) – A Christian-identifying church in Tennessee that is a part of the Acts 29 Network recently celebrated their 15th anniversary with offerings that included revelrous, club-like dance parties as the audience bounced, jumped and swayed to secular hits like 69 Boyz’ “Tootsie Roll” and Mark Ronson’s “Uptown Funk” spun by its young adults pastor—videos of which were also posted publicly to social media. Fellowship Memphis held a series of parties throughout the city this month, including at the Crosstown

Concourse, the Railgarten and Levitt Shell. The events included food, a silent auction and a variety of music, including a jazz quartet, soul music, and two dance parties. “Hey Fellowship Memphis. Can’t wait to party with you right here at Crosstown Arts,” lead pastor John Bryson said in a video explaining the event at Crosstown Arts, which he noted would include a dance party with J.D. Wilson, Fellowship’s young adults/connections pastor, who is also a disc jockey. READ MORE