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September 13, 2011

Sons of Jubal offer free concert

MOULTRIE — The Sons of Jubal will be in concert Thursday, Sept. 15, at Willie B. Withers Auditorium. The concert is free to attend and will begin at 7 p.m.

The Sons of Jubal, the oldest group of its kind in the Southern Baptist Convention, is a male chorus for ministers of music who sing under the direction of Jon Duncan. Duncan is the specialist of music and worship ministries with the Georgia Baptist Convention. The varied program of Sons of Jubal consists of hymns, spirituals and anthems.

Four members of Sons of Jubal are from Colquitt County, including three church ministers of music: John Grobe, music minister at Trinity Baptist Church, Stephen Lawhorne, music minister at Funston Baptist Church, and Leslie Gilbert, music minister at New River Baptist Church. Hiller Gammage, a choir member at Trinity Baptist Church, rounds out the local contingent.

The concert will also feature the Jubal Brass, Jubal Hand Bells and Jubal Vocal Ensemble. Paul Aday, minister of music at Liberty Hill Baptist Church in Hampton, is director of the Jubal Brass. The Jubal Hand Bells perform under the direction of Keith Chandler, state missionary of the Georgia Baptist Convention for music and worship ministries. The Jubal Vocal Ensemble perform under the direction of Steve Brown, state missionary of the Georgia Baptist Convention for music and worship ministries.

The concert will be presented as part of a series of appearances in Georgia Baptist churches in 2011. The concert is free, and an opportunity will be given to contribute to the Missions Projects of Sons of Jubal.

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