VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. — For those attending the final day of the "Something in the Water" festival, Sunday will begin the way it often does -- in church.
This church is something Pharrell Williams highlighted from the very beginning. It probably was one of his favorite parts about "Something in the Water." It doesn't matter what denomination you are. It was open to everyone was free to the public (no wristband required).
The idea was to unite and uplift. It offered a feeling of hope and a sense of victory with a mix of fun and faith.
There was plenty of music as part of the service which featured choirs and dance ministries from near and far.
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