Marble Community Gospel Choir to Celebrate Black History Month
Continuing the celebration of Black History Month, Marble Community Gospel Choir will perform live in concert on Sunday February 26, at 2:30 p.m. in the historic Marble Collegiate Church Sanctuary, 1 W. 29th Street at Fifth Avenue.
Directed by Rev. Rashad McPherson, Marble’s Associate in ministry and music, this highly-anticipated Winter Gospel Celebration titled “All My Help: Songs of Encouragement for Unpredictable Times’ is certain to warm hearts and lift spirits.
“This concert will feature a varied, soul-stirring repertoire of Gospel music, ranging from classic Negro Spirituals, to high-energy, feel-good anthems” says Rev. McPherson, “Our theme, `All of My Help: Songs of Encouragement for Unpredictable Times’ weaves a thread of love and encouragement through the entire event, serving as a reminder that you are loved, valued and never alone.”
Tickets for this in-person event are$20, $15 if purchased by February 24. Senior and student tickets (with ID) at the door are $15. Purchase tickets at marblechurch.org.
About Marble Church: Marble Collegiate Church has stood on the corner of Fifth Avenue and 29th Street since 1854, with its ministry dating back to 1628. This vibrant, Protestant church (affiliations with The Reformed Church in America and The United Church of Christ) is a community where all of us are encouraged to become our best selves and serve New York City and the world.