The Young Street Vocal Band

Choir spreads gospel sound

The Young Street Vocal Band is coming to Hope.

The group will be performing on June 26 at 7 p.m. at the Hope United Church on the corner of Queen Street and 3rd Avenue.

The Young Street Vocal Band is coming to Hope.

The group will be performing on June 26 at 7 p.m. at the Hope United Church on the corner of Queen Street and 3rd Avenue.

Based in Chilliwack, The Young Street Vocal Band (YSVB) offers a Southern Gospel style of music with rich harmony, which has touched the hearts of gospel music lovers throughout Western Canada and into the state of Washington.

Now in its 23rd year, the group was called to minister and share hope through the harmonies of southern gospel music. YSVB is a part-time group that is often referred to as weekend warriors.

The thrill and excitement of performing experienced by members is most evident at each concert. Their goal of delivering a first-class performance filled with excitement and energy reflect a combined desire to share the good news gospel music brings to all who listen.

There is no admission fee, but a free will offering will be taken.

For information call 604-869-8435.

 

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