To create a spirit of community connection & fellowship for the holiday season, The Michigan Chronicle and HAP have partnered to present the Season of Praise Virtual Gospel Fest on Sunday, December 6, from 6 p.m.-8 p.m!
“The cancellation of events, church services, and social gatherings has created a void in our lives but now more than ever remaining connected to our respective villages is vitally important to our overall well-being,” said Hiram E. Jackson, publisher of the Michigan Chronicle. “That is why the Michigan Chronicle had doubled down on creating virtual experiences that bring the community together. Through the Season of Praise Gospel Fest presented by HAP, we’re striving to create a space of fellowship that uplifts the community and fortifies our sense of connectedness.”
“HAP and its parent company, Henry Ford Health System, have a longstanding tradition of supporting the communities we serve,” said Michael Genord, MD, president and CEO, HAP. “Our commitment to the health and well-being of those around us includes not just their physical health, but their social and emotional well-being, too. HAP is proud to support this event that will bring hope and joy to many this season.”
Performers announced for the Seasons of Praise Gospel Fest include: Eric Deon, Beth, Pam and Dion, Kevin Stewart, Bill Moss Jr., Bamm Travis, Charles Martin, and Cordell Walton and 12 Noon Music Co. The concert will be hosted by multi-Stellar Award nominee Lexi and broadcast on the Michigan Chronicle Facebook page and website, www.michiganchronicle.com.
For more information, call (313) 963-5522.