On Sunday Dec. 4, Bowling Green State University Gospel Choir held their 41st Annual Fall Concert in the Bowen-Thompson Student Union. The event, titled “80s Style Fall Concert,” drew a crowd of nearly 100 participants.
Admission to the event was a canned good or $1 donation to support the St. Thomas Moore Church Pantry.
Mime performance during Concert
Renee Clark, member of the gospel choir, enjoyed the show and was pleased by the choir’s performance.
“It went awesome, she said. “It was a showcase for what we worked on all semester.”
Songs performed by the choir included, “God is Great,” “The Anthem,” “He’s Able” and “What if God.”
Rebecca Shakespeare, gospel choir president, said the event is yearly around Christmas time and sets up a much bigger event called “Gospel Fest.”
“Gospel Fest is the biggest gospel event in the tri-state,” she said. “We bring live recording artists.”
“Every single gospel choir in the state of Ohio attends, said Lydia Gaiter, gospel choir social chair. “It’s a great event that allows us to build our relationship with God.”
Gospel Fest will be held at Bowling Green State University in the Bowen-Thompson Student Union on Jan. 13-14.