Jeremiah 6:16

16 This is what the Lord says:
“Stop at the crossroads and look around.
    Ask for the old, godly way, and walk in it.
Travel its path, and you will find rest for your souls...

A Holy Ghost Filled, Non-Denominational Church
10789 Old Halls Ferry Road  -  Ferguson, MO  - 63136

(near the intersection of Old & New Halls Ferry Roads)
(314)867-1118

Black History Concert 

                                       
Be Blessed as you listen and learn, while enjoying this dynamic musical celebration of Black History Month, as performed by
The United Body of Christ Choir (which includes The Cathedral at the Crossroads Choir).  The choir was directed and co-directed by Elder Damon Cannon & Evangelist Julie Green.


Black History Concert Opening: Host, Evangelist Julie White 
highlights and exalts  the history of our African fore fathers and fore mothers, both their pre and post American Histories.  Also featured is a solo of Motherless Child sung by Evangelist Alice Harrell.

Track 2: Black History Concert featuring a solo of Hold my Hand Lord, performed by First Lady LaVerne Bland.  Also featured is the story of Harriet Tubman, narrated by Evangelist Julie White, and a poem entitled Dedicated to the Makers of Black History, recited by Akira Honeywood.

Track 3: Black History Concert featuring The United Body of Christ Choir singing Oh How Wonderful it Is!

Track 4: Black History Concert featuring soloist Kevin Nelson singing
Witness & He's Got the Whole World in His Hands, and soloist Juanita Bransford singing I've Got So Much to Thank Him For.   Also featuring testimonials from the congregation about their experiences as African Americans.

Track 5: Black History Concert featuring a review of the history of Negro Spirituals by Sister Joy Elliot and a song by soloist Kevin Nelson, titled
In the Name of the Lord.


Track 6: Black History Concert featuring Little Sister Zoey Green singing
My God is Awesome and The United Body of Christ Choir singing 
My God is an Awesome God, Deaconess Iris Sistrunk, soloist, and further featuring the choir singing The Blood Still Works, I've Been Changed,
and Everything the Devil Stole.

Track 7:
Black History Concert featuring Rev. Strain giving his personal testimony and featuring The United Body of Christ Choir singing
Let the Church Say Amen, soloist Elder Damon Cannon.
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