The Sojourner Quartet, a southern Gospel quartet, will be presenting a concert at the North Dover United Methodist Church on Sunday, April 17. The concert will start at 4:00 PM. The church is located north of Wauseon, OH on State Rt. 108, 2 miles north of Ohio Turnpike Exit 34 and the Fulton County Fairgrounds.
Sojourner Quartet is a southern Gospel, four part male quartet based in Findlay, Ohio. They are currently national recording artists with Chapel Valley Studio on the Church House label. Sojourner began in 1991 as a contemporary Christian group playing their own instruments and writing many of their own songs. As their popularity spread they began to play all across the country. In 2007, the group went solely southern Gospel. As their ministry grew, they began to share the platform with many of today’s top southern Gospel artists including The Booth Brothers, The Hoppers, The Isaacs, Ivan Parker, The Crabb Family, The Talley Trio, Triumphant, and most recently The Kingsmen Quartet. Over the years, several of their songs released to southern Gospel radio made the charts in the USA and in Europe.
These four men are completely devoted to Jesus Christ not only through their music ministry, but through their personal lives. Their mission is to glorify God, the Father, by witnessing the Gospel of His Son, Jesus Christ, to as many people as possible, regardless of their denomination, through their music and personal testimony. Sojourner Quartet members are Mark May – baritone, Larry Counterman – bass, Jeff McGlade – lead, and Isaac Steinhour – tenor.
There is no admission charge for this concert but a love offering will be taken to help the Sojourner Quartet continue their ministry. Come at 4:00 PM, Sunday, April 17, to be blessed with their music. For more information, please call (419) 867-1528.
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