A Great Evening of “Rock-in” Inspiration

The Wheaton College Gospel Choir from Wheaton, Illinois, a suburb of Chicago will be presenting a concert Wednesday evening March 11th at 7pm at Trinity Missionary Baptist Church.  The concert is sponsored by the Hawaii Association of American Baptists which includes First Baptist Church of Honolulu, New Life Baptist Church and Trinity Missionary Baptist Church.

Transportation & Dinner

Transportation from town is available departing at 5:15pm from First Baptist Church of Honolulu at the corner of Kinau & Pensacola Streets. There is no charge but reservations are required and can be made by calling 521-4708. Dinner will be served prior to the concert at 6pm.

About the Choir

The Wheaton College Gospel Choir (WCGC) was formed 30 years ago by students who shared a desire to worship God through Black Gospel music. The small group flourished and presently the choir consists of 30+ voices. Coming from various backgrounds, races and cultures, these students minister to churches, homeless shelters, schools, prisons and in parks, on beaches, and street corners, where ever they have opportunity to share their message of hope, love and reconciliation.

The choir’s purpose is to worship and serve God and to spread His good news in song to “the nations.” Through their diversity, the students have been blessed to see God bring people to Himself and to bridge cultural and spiritual gaps.  Over the years, the choir has also had the opportunity to minister through television and has been able to tour various locations throughout the United States and the world. Under the direction of  Tanya Eglar, the choir continues to be energetic and Spirit-filled.