A joyful noise: Area choirs invited to join music workshop, concert

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BY JAMES HARPER
DAYTONA TIMES

The Tubman-King Community Church’s Sounds of Faith Choir is inviting choirs from area churches to participate in a music workshop and concert from July 11 to 14.

“This will enable us to combine our musical skills, gifts and talents to give  praise, honor and glory to the God that we love and serve daily,” said Wilburn Williams, Tubman King’s minister of music.

Williams said he is looking to bring together a mass choir of at least 100 voices representing churches across the county for what is being called an “anointed celebration.”

“We would be blessed and honored to have you be a part of this celebration. We need your voice, your talent and love for God to make this vision a reality,” Williams said in an appeal to area choirs.

Concert takes place July 14 at 5 p.m.
The theme of the workshop is “Sing Unto the Lord – “A New Song.’’ He said the theme was inspired from Psalm 98, chapter 1, verses 4-6.

The music workshop is scheduled to begin Wednesday, July 11, and run through Friday, July 13, from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. at Tubman King Community Church, 1090 George Engram, Daytona Beach. Refreshments will be served.

Workshop participants are expected to participate in a concert on Saturday, July 14, starting at 5 p.m.

A DVD will be produced and made available for sale, which will contain scenes from the music workshop and the concert.  The cost of the music workshop and concert is $20.
“We look forward to sharing this musical worship experience knowing that God will show up and show out,” concluded Williams.

For more information about the concert and workshop, contact Bertie Brown, Tubman-King’s administrative assistant, at 386-258-5683 or Wilburn Williams at 386-898-9084.

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