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We’ve been hidden, but are found, isolated, but set free. Church, it’s time to come together.

The 635 is a large scale gathering of Catholic young adults at the Granada Theater in Dallas with the goal of casting a new vision for unity of the Church in Dallas and to fan the flame that has been growing across the city. Through prayer, praise and commissioning, we believe that this event will serve as a catalyst for a new unity among believers, a new passion to reach the lost, and a new zeal for the Lord not yet seen in the Dallas Church. 


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+ Jason Deuterman

At the very core of his being, Jason believes that every person’s story matters, most especially when experienced through the lens of the greatest story ever told—the story of Jesus Christ. His raw authenticity coupled with an abiding love for Scripture is both inviting and challenging, as Jason believes deeply that while faith can often seem trendy, it means nothing unless it is transcendent. Jason graduated from Texas A&M University with a degree in English, received a Master’s Degree in Theological Studies from the University of Dallas, and serves as the director of the Office of Youth, Young Adult, and Campus Ministries for the Roman Catholic Diocese of Dallas.



Though Dave can put on a great show, he’s not a performer. Dave lead’s worship from a heart that knows his own need for salvation. He’s not interested in fame or accolades, he’s interested in connecting to Christ in his own music and leading the listener into his prayer. Dave’s worship is free, organic, creative, and powerful, with a depth that moves even the hardest hearts. Dave is talented, to be sure, but his music is powerful because it’s coming from his own weakness before the Lord.

The Space

3524 Greenville Ave, Dallas, TX 75206