Gospel Night will be held Thursday, Feb. 28, at 7:00 p.m. at the Highlands Museum and Discovery Center in downtown Ashland.
The sound and spirit of gospel music has become a profound force in American culture, and Gospel Night is a way for those voices from the past to be heard and passed on to the future.
The lineup of Gospel Night performers to date includes the choirs from Mt. Olive Baptist Church in Ironton and Young’s Chapel in Huntington; the Men’s, Mass and Youth Choirs from Christ Temple Church in Ashland” and “Voices of Praise,” a community choir of singers from Mount Olive Baptist Church, Christ Temple Church, New Jerusalem Church in Ironton and Quinn Chapel AME Church in Ironton.
The program and following reception are free and open to the public. Gospel Night is a Community Black History Month program cosponsored by ACTC and area organizations and residents. For more information, contact the Museum, 606-329-8888.