(FOX NEWS) -- More than 200 students at an Alabama college were baptized in one night this week after a campus worship program that was reportedly attended by hundreds.
The baptisms took place Tuesday night in a lake at Auburn's Red Barn venue, which is located about half a mile from Auburn University's Neville Arena, the site of a "Unite Auburn" worship event that drew a massive crowd.
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I spoke with Auburn students who witnessed the impromptu baptism of 200 people after Unite Auburn. The Christian worship event brought out around 5,000 people.
— Brady Talbert (@BradyTalbert) September 14, 2023
The "Unite Auburn" event featured performances by Christian worship band Passion and saw speakers such as Jennie Allen, a Christian author, and Rev. Jonathan Pokluda, lead pastor of Harris Creek Baptist Church in Waco, Texas.
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