Free Gospel Concert Slated For Friday

Saturday, July 6, 2013

New Covenant Fellowship Church and national syndicated radio personality, Rev. Walt “Baby” Love, are hosting a free gospel concert open to the public, at New Covenant Fellowship Church on Friday.  The concert starts and 6 p.m. and doors open at 5 p.m.   

This concert will benefit the Walt and Sonya Love’s Lupus and Cancer Research Foundation, a 501c3 non-profit organization created to raise monies in finding a cure for lupus and cancer.

Review for Rev. Walt "Baby" Love:

For over 35 years Walt “Baby” Love has continued to bring his own unique blend of Christian faith, inspirational personal experiences and motivation to millions of listeners each week. He currently hosts three uplifting radio programs – The Urban AC Countdown, Gospel Traxx, Making It Happen and the Countdown with Walt Baby Love, which reached its 25th year on the air in August 2007. Walt is heard on over 200 radio stations. 

Gospel artists performing at this concert will include:

• Stellar Awardee Dottie Peoples
• The Wardlaw Brothers
• Ethan Kent
• Alexis Spight

In addition, attendees will hear from physician experts on topics related Lupus and Cancer education:

• Elizabeth Turner, MD, will present “What is Lupus?”
• Jalila Cunningham, MD, will talk about “Coping with Lupus from a Personal and Family Perspective”
• Shevonda Sherrow, MD, will address “Lupus and Pregnancy”

• Larry Schlabach, MD, will discuss “Cancer Prevention & detection” 

Additionally, educational booths will be available from 5 p.m. until the start of the concert.  New Covenant Fellowship Church, the site of the event, is at 1326 North Moore Road.  Dr. Bernie Miller is the pastor.   For more information, contact the church at 899-8001.



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