Come to Peace Church on Saturday, January 16, 2016, for a special night of song and performance. Peace will host a hearty soup and bread supper in Fellowship Hall at 6:00 p.m. The performance is in the Sanctuary at 7:00. p.m. and this year KUWS will record it for later broadcast.
The evening is a special night of song and performance by local artists celebrating the contributions of people of African heritage. Henry Banks and Doug Bowen-Bailey will be emcees and add their own stories from the rich history of people of African heritage here in Duluth.
We are looking forward the return of favorite performers. Gary Boelhower will be back with spoken word and First Lady Robin Gonzales will be here to sing again–she says it will be a new song. And we will welcome for the first time Rev. Richard Coleman, now pastor at Duluth’s St. Mark A.M.E. to sing.
Come for great entertainment, high energy, and a time full of glimpses of that beloved community that Dr. King challenges us to become.
If you can contribute to the meal by bringing a crock pot of soup or a loaf of bread, please let the Janell or Nancy know or add your name to the sign-up sheet. If you have questions or need more information about the meal, call or e-mail Jackie.
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