To Serve With Love Ministries will host an Inaugural Gospel Benefit Concert on Friday, Nov. 20, during National Homelessness Awareness Week.
The concert begins at 7 p.m. and will be held at ALIVE located (2909 N. Davidson Street, Charlotte)
The concert will include performances by local gospel artists Patrick Love, Tawanda Robbins, Voices of Hope Recovery Choir and Adoration.
Patrick Love, a native of Charlotte, is founder of “Wind of the Spirit Music & Arts Fellowship” and is also founder and director of the groups “Spirit of David” and “RUACH.” Patrick received the GMWA “Song of the Year” in 1998, for “He’s a Keeper” recorded by Rodney Bryant and CCMC. “He’s a Keeper” was also nominated for the 1998 Soul Train Music Award “Song the Year.”
Tawanda Robbins, a native of Charlotte, is a psalmist and songwriter who recently released her debut recording, “Intimate with God’s Spirit” under independent music label TL Music Group. Tawanda has traveled the country with a mission to charge the atmosphere with the undiluted richness of the word of God and ignite a release of relationship with God throughout the world. Tawanda will challenge everything you thought you knew about inspirational music.
Voices of Hope Recovery was founded September 11, 1999, in Charlotte by Michael Harris, Steve Humphrey and Sylvester Pankey. The 23-member choir travels to churches, detoxification centers, shelters, treatment centers and businesses. Voice of Hope Recovery Choir has made over 850 appearances.
Adoration was formed in June 2008 in Charlotte. Its six members are: Tomekya Johnson and Maria Baker, BJ Greene, Vassie Lloyd, Christina Richardson and Sherrii Webb. All are members of Chappell Memorial Baptist Church.
IF YOU WANT TO GO
Date: Nov. 20, 2009
Time: 7 p.m.
Location: Alive (2909 N. Davidson Street, Charlotte)
Cost: Prices range from $10 General Seating to $35 VIP Seating.