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Historical Prince of Peace Church of St. Louis, MO To Host First Mass Choir Live CD Recording October 28

The Prince of Peace Church of St. Louis will host their first live CD recording of their dynamic 50-voice Mass Choir. The recording will showcase Prince of Peace Mass Choir’s anointed and eclectic collection of worship anthems, traditional and contemporary gospel songs they currently sing in their weekly worship services.  The choir will also perform all new songs from some of the nation’s most poignant Christian music songwriters.  The Mass Choir debut album is being produced by St. Louis native Kevin Kelley (Bishop Paul Morton, Donnie McClurkin, VaShawn Mitchell, Kurt Carr), and is under the directorial leadership of Prince of Peace Minister of MusicJoseph Price. 

“As we approach this historic event words cannot express the excitement I feel in anticipation of the move of God,” states Joseph Price.  It our hope that this project blesses not only us here at The Prince of Peace Church, but that it blesses everyone that hears it on October 28 and beyond.   It is our prayer this project will encourage, uplift and most of all Save Souls!”

Prince of Peace is a historical church that has served as a beacon of light in the St. Louis Metropolitan area for over 95 years.  The church is a strong God-fearing community of believers who consistently engage in ongoing missions and projects such as “Bags of Hope” for the homeless, college scholarships, Christmas family adoption programs, girls and boys mentoring programs, public school reading programs and serving meals in local shelters.

Prince of Peace Senior Pastor Willie E. Kilpatrick invites the public, local dignitaries and The Prince of Peace Church family and friends to unite in worship and celebrate this momentous occasion.  The live recording is free to the public and will be held on October 28, 5PM at Prince of Peace Church, 9350 Natural Bridge Road, St. Louis, MO 63134.


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