News Release

Praise Him in Advance

“That’s why I praise
him with a song,

when things are right
and when they’re wrong.

He’s given me a
second chance,

come on let’s praise
Him in advance.”

Trinity’s Gospel Choir will perform on Saturday, April 19, at 7:30 p.m. in the Ozinga Chapel.

More than 30 voices will be raised as the choir performs the song “Praise Him in Advance,” by Grammy-nominated gospel singer Marvin Sapp. This is also the theme for the concert.

“Most people praise God after he delivers them from adversity,” said choir member Candace Brown ’09 of Joliet, Illinois. “This song is about praising him in the bad times.”

Leaders from OutCry will open the concert with praise and worship, and the praise dance troupe Sisters in Unity will also perform.

James Palmore, director of the Gospel Choir since 2004, hopes to see many students attending. “It is important for the student body to see and to embrace what the Gospel Choir has to offer.”

The choir, which had about 10 members when Palmore began directing, has grown to as many as 40 voices. The choir will be touring for the first time April 5 and 6, performing in Grand Haven and Grand Rapids, Michigan.

The Gospel Choir concert on April 19 is free and open to the public. For more information, contact the music department at 708.239.4874.

 


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