On, Saturday, April 26th, the American Heart Association and American Stroke Association will raise awareness about the risks of strokes and heart failure throughout the Chicago land area. As one voice, several National Gospel Artists will come together to help raise this awareness through song, message and ministry.
Chicago Mass Choir is honored to be one of the featured artists for the Chicago Most Powerful Voices Gospel Concert. The concert will also feature Yolanda Adams, Jonathan McReynolds and Comedian Ron Baker, Jr.
The Most Powerful Voices Gospel Concert is a free event and will be hosted by, Sonya Blakey of Inspiration 1390 AM Radio and held at House of Hope, 752 E. 114th Street, Chicago, IL. Concert will begin at 7pm.
Chicago Mass Choir applauds the major efforts made by The American Heart Association and American Stroke Association and the choir’s President, Dr. Feranda Williamson expressed the choir’s heart:
“There continues to be an increase in the number of individuals that are affected by heart attacks and strokes. I am pleased that Chicago Mass Choir will be a part of this special concert to increase the awareness of heart attacks and strokes. The American Heart Association and the American Stroke Association are both to be commended for their efforts to educate our community on wellness and prevention strategies that support healthy living.”
The Most Powerful Voices Gospel Concert is locally sponsored by, BMO Harris Bank, Inspiration 1390AM and WCIU/The U. Supporters are encouraged to register for the free gospel concert today.