Grammy record holder and award-winning Grammy Bill Gaither will present “Something Good Will Happen” at the River Center Performing Arts Theater, 275 S. River Road, at 7pm on Friday 1 April.
Gaither will be accompanying his band, The Gaither Vocal Band, as they tour about two cities this year.
Gaither, a singer and songwriter for half a century, is also known as the mentor of newly discovered artists. His series of CDs and DVDs of Homecoming continues to elevate sales charts and attract a growing audience.
“Now more than ever, people need encouragement,” the Gospel Music Hall of Famer and Songwriter of the Century said in a press release. “I enjoy leading the audience one evening that leaves them feeling encouraged, encouraged, and hopeful, perhaps introducing them to songs or ideas that they can hold on to when life is difficult. … They need to be lifted up, and I think our evening does that. “
Joining Gaither and the Gaither Vocal Band – Wes Hampton, Adam Crabb, Todd Suttles and Reggie Smith – on stage this year will feature Ladye Love Smith and Gene McDonald, as well as Gaither’s music group, produced by Kevin Williams, Matthew Holt and Greg. Ritchie.
The concert will feature new music from the band’s recording, “That’s Gospel Brother,” released last summer.
Tickets start at $ 28.50 at www.gaither.com.
The true vine plans a feast
True Vine Baptist Church, 905 Grebe St., will be hosting a Family Entertainment Ceremony from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, March 26th.
The family event will provide games, face painting, a cartoon slide show, a walking area, a cake walk, a talent show, shopping, food and drinks.
The public is invited.
March to go
Unity Baton Rouge invites the public for a tour at 10:30 am Saturday in front of the Baton Rouge African American Museum, 538 South Blvd.
Church members will travel to the Louisiana Civil Rights Trail.
For more information, call (225) 755-3043.
St. Agnes Catholic Church, 749 East Blvd., will continue with “Adoremus! Communion: Source and Conference of Our Christian Life Lenten Thoughts” at 6:30 pm Wednesday.
Pastor Matthew J. Graham, pastor of the Immaculate Conception Church in Denham Springs, will give a presentation on “Eucharistic Adoration: The Practice of Adoration and Its Fruits.”
The confession begins at 5pm, Mass at 5:30 pm, and the Divine Mercy Chaplet at 6pm, and a Lenten shooting once follows.
All are invited to attend. Visit www.stagnesbr.org for more information.
An event coming home
Nathaniel Baptist Church, Highway 33 South, Centerville, Mississippi, will hold its annual homecoming and baptismal service on Sunday afternoon March 27.
The guest will be Pastor Antione Eakins, pastor of Thankful Missionary Baptist Church, Natchez, Mississippi.