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Worship Leader Sean Feucht to Host 'United for Israel March' in NYC

Milton Quintanilla | Crosswalk Headlines Contributor | Updated: Apr 25, 2024
Worship Leader Sean Feucht to Host 'United for Israel March' in NYC

Worship Leader Sean Feucht to Host 'United for Israel March' in NYC

Christian worship leader and activist Sean Feucht is taking action in response to anti-Israel protests at well-known campuses such as Columbia University and New York University. In defense of the Jewish people, Feucht plans to host the United For Israel March on April 25 at 6:30 p.m. ET near Columbia’s New York City campus. “Every Christian and person of faith across America should be absolutely horrified at what we’re seeing take place right now on these university campuses that have become hotbeds for antisemitism and hatred of the Jews — an annihilation of an entire nation,” he told CBN News.

Feucht added, “This is essentially a response to that and it’s rallying the church, it’s rallying Jewish leaders, it’s rallying organizations that want to say … ‘This is America. These are our universities and campuses in our cities. We’re not going to stand for this.'” He likened the event to the rallies he held across the U.S. in 2020 during the COVID-19 pandemic, Faithwire. Feucht recalled going to places of anarchy and chaos at that time and bringing forth “worship, and prayer, and unity, and baptisms of revival.”

Ultimately, being present amid anger and division “changed the entire environment,” Feucht said. He hopes that the United For Israel March would likewise change the atmosphere. “More than anything, I feel like this gives hope to America,” he said. “There are people that are going to rise up with courage and boldness, that are going to say, ‘Enough. We’re going to stand with our Jewish brothers and sisters; we’re going to respond to the command in Genesis 12 that says, ‘I’ll bless those who bless you. I’ll curse those that curse you.'”

Feucth said the event will feature prayer, worship, and the “church rising up to stand up against evil, and darkness, and hate.” He also compared some of the current anti-Israel sentiment to the 1930s, when the ideologies that were taking root resulted in the Holocaust. “We understand that this is the work of the enemy,” he said. “We’re coming to bring the light; we’re coming to say we’re not going to be pushed around and we’re going to join with our Jewish brothers and sisters.”

Feucht also said that the current chaos that was caused by Hamas’ Oct. 7th attack against Israel and the war that followed is a sober reminder for Christians that “we are in the last days.” 

“These are the end times … we’re living in the midst of it,” he said.

Photo Courtesy: ©Getty Images/Spencer Platt / Staff
Video Courtesy: Sean Feucht via YouTube


Milton QuintanillaMilton Quintanilla is a freelance writer and content creator. He is a contributing writer for CrosswalkHeadlines and the host of the For Your Soul Podcast, a podcast devoted to sound doctrine and biblical truth. He holds a Masters of Divinity from Alliance Theological Seminary.



Worship Leader Sean Feucht to Host 'United for Israel March' in NYC