Evening Of Gospel Music Held Sept. 29 At Harrison First Baptist

Friday, September 20, 2019

An Evening Of Gospel Music will be held at Harrison First Baptist Church, 6620 Church St. and Hwy 58 on Sunday, Sept. 29, at 6 p.m.

The evening will feature John Smith on trumpet; Charlynne Fry, pianist; The Hallelujah Quartet - Kenneth and Elaine Champion, Wanda Gates and John Smith; Ken Davis, soloist; and George Byrd, soloist. 

There will be a love offering with proceeds going to Harrison First Baptist Church at the Highway 59 Volunteer Fire Department's Christmas Fund. 

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