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Breaking Down Barriers 2016 – Gospel Concert

Breaking Down Barriers 2016

Our Breaking Down Barriers Gospel Concert has arrived again for the second time!

Coming in November is another evening that promises to carry good news, hope and encouragement through gospel music for all ages.

Our aim is to increase awareness of the dire homelessness situation in Greater Manchester whilst carrying a message of hope. Our heart is that everyone can be involved in transforming and affecting society through unity and love which crosses all barriers. Any profit from the concert will go to build the work of Homes of Hope as we look towards our next house.

Friday 25th November 2016

King’s Church, Sidney Street, Manchester, M17HB

7:30PM

Doors and Café open from 6:30PM

 

Artists:

AMC Gospel Choir

amcgospel.com

AMC Gospel Choir was founded in Birmingham in 1993 by Audrey Mattis as a university project. They have been together ever since, adding to their Midlands base another group of extremely, talented singers based in the North-West of the country, when Audrey moved there over 15 years ago. They currently sing their unique style of jazzy-styled gospel and other popular styles across the year at a variety of private and public events. “We take our gospel to the people, whether they are expecting it or not…and then they fall in love with the music and begin to understand why we HAVE to sing praises unto God” says Audrey.

Lisa Burrell

lisaburrell.com

Lisa immediately changes the atmosphere of a room. She is an infectious carrier of God’s presence , His heart and His joy. Lisa has written a number of social message songs designed to engage with a number of audiences and social dilemmas. Her messages are influenced by her passion in wanting to see positive progressive change within people’s lives.

Genetik Sessions Dancers

message.org.uk/genetik-sessions

This Talented band of 5 dancers explore and express RnB and hip-hop. Sola (formerly from Square 1) coaches the group and brings out their potential and desire to dance

Lydia Nelson

Lydia is part of the Movement in Worship Collective and loves to dance in worship. Lydia currently takes ballet and contemporary dance classes.

FTW

FTW is a collection of individuals who love the Lord and come to share this freedom. Michael Mingoes heads Freedom To Worship. He loves to create an atmosphere where people can experience the power and freedom in the name of Jesus.

Jon & Ben

A two piece rap collective with an authentic hip hop and soul vibe. Passionate about the Gospel and music.

Tickets:

Standard (13+) – £8

Child (under 13) – £5

Buy tickets online here

 


Homelessness is a huge issue in Greater Manchester and here at Homes of Hope we have a heart to see this change. This concert is to raise awareness of homelessness that affects many people in our city all around us and offer hope as we come together to make a difference.


Stay tuned for the line up coming soon.

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