"As soon as New Jacob's Chapel Mass Choir marched into the sanctuary, mounted the pulpit and started singing I felt like I was attending an old fashion church revival in the deep woods, where the Holy Spirit allows only those He wants to hear his praise hear it, and where that same Spirit indwells within some us and makes one pull up one pants leg or grab their dress and dance," said one church goer.
"Dancing and praising God in the Spirit, like King David did when he danced right out of his clothes," the person added.
With the theme: "His Praise Shall Continually Be in My Mouth", the gospel event's different choirs really did much to invoke the Holy Spirit into the evening.
A vocalist said, "I want the gates of Heaven to open up and hear my voice tonight."
Another vocalist said, "We need to be on one accord. Let's help one another out and have a good time."
Minister Lorenzo and Sister Pam Roger were intense with their praise and worship and the Greater Harmony M.B. Church, Shiloh M.B. Church Male Chorus kept the pace going. It was the W. N. McKinney Gospel Choir and its engaging choir director that helped bring it all home.
"Tonight's gospel singing went deep to the soul, and I really enjoyed it," said Georgette who came from Lady Lake, Florida.
More than $500 was raised for the Dr. Kevin Brown Scholarship Appeal.