On Sunday, Aug. 14 at 6 p.m., the Church Choir and Providence Singers of Providence Baptist Church will present their annual Homecoming Concert at the East Campus Sanctuary of Providence Baptist Church. Under the direction of Dr. Thomas R. Smith, music minister at Providence for 48 years, the Church Choir and Providence Singers will present a variety of sacred music from anthems to spirituals  included in the recent tour of Georgia and Alabama. Pianist is Suzanne Harris.

Included in the Church Choir’s repertoire will be “Hosanna, Hosanna, We Sing!” by Stan Pethel, “There Is Room in My Father’s House” by Joseph M. Martin, “Christ Is the Rock” by Lloyd Larson, “Written in Red” arranged by Camp Kirkland, “Celebrate the Day” by Pepper Choplin, “Let Everything That Hath Breath” by Joel Raney, “Raise Your Hands” by Heather Sorenson, “Ev’ry Time I Feel the Spirit” arranged by Moses Hogan, “No More Night” arranged by Camp Kirkland, and “Lord, Be Glorified” arranged by Tom Fettke. The Providence Singers will perform “Count Your Blessings” arranged by Tom Fettke  and “Total Praise” arranged by Keith Christopher. In addition, Pam Morris (Trumpet) and Suzanne Harris (Piano) will play a beautiful setting of “This is My Father’s World” combined with “He’s Got the Whole World in His Hands.”

Providence Baptist Church is a growing rural church in the Beauregard community of Lee County. Pastor of the church is Dr. Rusty Sowell. The Homecoming Concert is free and the entire community is invited to attend..

Contact Smith at 745-4608 (Church), 334-787-0928 (Cell), (E-mail) for more information.