Sonshine Singers to perform fall ministry

Show slated for Sept. 10 at the FD Middle School

The Sonshine Singers will perform its fall ministry beginning at 4 p.m. Sept. 10 in the Fort Dodge Middle School, 800 N. 32nd St..

”This very popular event, held for the last three years at the middle school, has been so well received by the audience that we will once again provide music that will stir your heart in a powerful way,” Armona Redenius, the vocal music group’s director, said in a written statement.

Redenius said the event will feature ”up-tempo gospel type anthems” such as ”Children Bound for Heaven,” ”Walking with Jesus,” and ”Old Time Religion.”

The performance will also feature what Redenius called ‘heart-felt anthems” such as ”Surely the Presence,” Let There Be Peace On Earth,” and ”How Great Thou Art.”

The audience will be invited to join in singing ”This Is The Day,” ”What a Friend We Have in Jesus,” ”Blessed Assurance,” and ”He Lives.”

Members of the Sonshine Singers come from about 45 area churches. The group has members from Alta, Ames, Barnum, Callender, Duncombe, Fort Dodge, Gilmore City, Gowrie, Grimes, Humboldt, Jefferson, Manson, Moorland, Otho, Palmer, Perry, Pocahontas, Pomeroy, Spencer, Storm Lake, Stratford and Webster City.

For the upcoming event, the singers will be accompanied by Shelly Bottorf on piano, Dean Davis on percussion, Steve Kelleher on guitar and Brian Robinson on bass. Janece Valentine is the assistant pianist and John Zuerrer is the assistant director.

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