Gerry Thompson headlines a stellar group of Gospel singers for benefit concert on May 26
Worship and Praise for a cause

Rosie Awori

The award-winning musician and evangelist, Gerry Thompson, will be the star performer at the breast cancer benefit concert on May 26, at St. Ignatius of Loyola Parish.
With over 12 CDs consisting of over 200 songs and about 300 DVDs to his credit, the Jamaican-born musical powerhouse has produced a string of inspirational hits, including Just a Closer Walk; I’M Glad To Be Home Again; God Isn’t Through With Me Yet, in several different genres including Gospel, Country Western, Reggae, Soca, Calypso and Soul.
Thompson carries with him a powerful testimony of change called, “Why I Put The Gun Down,” based on his encounter with God resulting in his abandoning the “street life” and embracing life as an Evangelist that has led him to preaching and singing the gospel all over the world.
Thompson has been a regular to Montreal over the years and has garnered a strong following here.
On May 26, he will join a line-up of established and emerging performers on stage, including Zina Edwards, a well-respected Montreal Gospel star, who was recently on the Tasha Cobbs’ “Break Every Chain” tour and who over the years has shared the stage with icons like Shirley Ceasar, Bobby Jones, Mary Mary and Bridget Blucher.
Sophia, a well-known Montreal-based songstress will be performing songs from her repertoire as well as well-known classics.
Several up-and-coming stars that are ready to make their mark on the local Gospel circuit are also on the bill, including Diamond Sisters, quintet of siblings from the Mount Zion Church, described as the future of gospel music in the city.
Testify, who are also from Mount Zion Church, will also be on stage performing two classics, I Rest My Case At The Cross and The Hope.
As will Stacy and Family, a quartet of a mother and her four children formed with that hope that their music will help people draw close to God and feel his love.
Toronto-based Elaine is another powerful and anointed worshipper, she will be present to perform from her large repertoire of songs.
Elaine was recently the winner of the Toronto Transit Corporation Idol singing completion.
This evening fundraiser offers an opportunity for Montrealers to congregate for an evening of worship and help Vision of Truth Ministries as they raise money for breast cancer treatment. The evening gets underway at 6 PM.
For more information call Enid: (438) 992-6432.

National Combined Congress 2018

Bethlehem United Church of Jesus Christ will be holding their National Combined Congress 2018 from May 17th to May 20th at 2255 W Hill Avenue Montreal. Hosted by Pastor Elder Myrie, the keynote speaker will be Elder Wayne Brown and D.W Thompson. The theme for the congress is, “be not deceived God is not mocked.” Come and experience four powerful days of worship, preaching and deliverance.

Taste Of The Nations at Bibleway

On Saturday May 19, the congregation of Bibleway Pentecostal Church has a wonderful evening plan for families, friends and supporters.
Taste of The Nation will be a dinner with a twist and promises nothing but fun, entertainment and food at the church hall, 2390 Coursol Street in St. Henri. Organizers say there are lots and lots of prizes to be won.
Call 514 932 8225

Evangelist Gerry Thompson on May 26

Evangelist Gerry Thompson comes to Montreal with his powerful message of hope and courage as he headlines a strong line up of Gospel performers for the massive benefit concert at the St. Ignatius of Loyola Parish 4455 West Broadway in NDG, Montreal on May 26.
He will share the stage with Zina Edwards, Testify, The Diamond Sisters, Stacy and Family, Elaine, Sophia and Vision of Truth.
It promises to be an evening of inspiration and warm fellowship ands all of Montreal is invited. Doors open at 6PM and tickets are only $20.
Call 438 992 6432

Summer and fall at Deliverance Church Of God

Montreal Deliverance Church Of God 7th Day announces its line up of events for summer and fall 2018:
• Annual Prayer Meeting on June13th, 7:30-9:00pm
• DCOG Fundraising Bazaar, July 8 from 11:00 am… 4020 Grand Blvd.
• Hot Dog Day on August 5, at Charles Este Park (cor. West Hill and Sherbrooke) from 12:00 noon.
• Grand Variety Concert on August 11, starting at 7:00pm
•    Visitors Day September 8, from 1:00 PM to 3:30 PM lunch after service
• 5th Anniversary October 20, from 1:00-3:30. Lunch to be served after service

All events, except when noted, will be held at 4020 Grand Boulevard, NDG, Montreal.
Call: 514 736 0650