Lamar Lighthouse announces summer concert series

THE HYSSONGS

MILL HALL — Lamar Lighthouse Camp has been a long-time favorite place to enjoy Sunday night gospel concerts. Sadly last year the Tabernacle had to be torn down due to safety issues.

While trying to raise sufficient funds to rebuild the Tabernacle, Cedar Heights Brethren Church has graciously allowed the Camp to use their Chapel on Route 64, Mill Hall for the time being.

Concerts are being held every Sunday night at 7 p,m. Don’t miss these great Gospel Concerts. There is no admission fee, but a freewill offering is taken to help support the ministry of the performers.

The line up includes:

THE HYSSONGS

NEW JOURNEY

ON JULY 29

The Hyssongs have been singing together for more than 23 years. They were awarded the Singing News Award for Favorite New Trio 2014 at the National Quartet Convention, Pigeon Forge, TN. Their energetic ministry combines family vocal harmony, humor and brass instruments. Their ministry includes; Churches, Cruises, Television, and Radio. They preform more than 225 events a year.

THE MILLERS

ON AUG. 4

The Millers are nationally known southern Gospel group based in Winchester, Va. They have shared the stage with some of the nation’s well-known gospel artists such as Gaither’s Home Coming Videos, The Nelsons, The Martins, The Issacs, Ann Downing and many others.

CALVARY’S MERCY

ON AUG 11

Calvary’s Mercy sings Traditional Southern Gospel music at its finest; Old Gospel, mixed with today’s Southern Gospel and their own original material.

NEW JOURNEY

ON AUG 18

These 3 talented individuals have joined together after ministering in their own singing careers for 30 years to form New Journey.

GLORY WAY QUARTET

ON AUG 25

GloryWay Quartet was founded in 2002, singing four-part harmony and traveling nearly 60,000 miles nationwide. No stranger to radio with popular releases “Trading a Cross for a Crown” and their latest single “He Took It Away.”

MERCY RUN

ON SEPT 1

Mercy Run, from central Pennsylvania, will be preforming country style gospel music.

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