Thelma J.Robinson

Thelma J.Robinson


You're invited to join Thelma for the ultimate worship experience. Allow Thelma's God-given words to prick your soul and submerge yourself in her testimonies that are illustrated in her songs.


Even though "Waiting On The Lord" is Thelma's debut CD, her Christian journey has rendered musical selections throughout the East Coast for many years. Thelma takes much pride in being an active participant in just a few of the organizations listed: Christian Music Presenters, Gospel Music Association, Chapters Ark (London). WomenMinistry.NET, Urban Gospel Alliance and more.

Even with the success of "Waiting On The Lord", Thelma's musical territory expanded with her sophomore project CD project "Heal The Land", which debuted in November 2003. Robinson's latest CD embarks upon the sounds of contemporary and a bit of seasoned, old-time gospel music, which is evident in the Mahalia Jackson sound of "New Creature", featured on "Heal The Land".

Although Thelma's audience has always embraced her traditional style, "Heal The Land" has proven to be a chart-topping success on the radio waves. Robinson's "Lord We Worship You" continues to make high marks on radio stations throughout the southeast. With a new direction and a fresh outlook on life, God has put Thelma's writing abilities back to work on her latest release.

In October of 2006, Thelma was blessed with the opportunity to host the Higher Praise and Worship Conference, which featured the dynamic Willie Mae Rivers, General Supervisor of the Women's Department of the Church of God in Christ, Inc. and the awesome Elder Bernice King of the New Birth Baptist Church, Lithonia, GA and the youngest daughter of the late Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Mrs. Coretta Scott King.

Later that winter, Thelma's musical projects were featured at the final tribute services for "The Godfather of Soul" James Brown in Augusta, GA, which were personally chosen by his family.

Thelma firmly believes that without the knowledge of one's past history, people cannot successfully progress into the future. "Music is a voice that my ancestors used to express their hardships to each other and to God. I used that same music to express my feelings to God and the world".


Heal The Land, November 2003
Waiting On The Lord, November 2002

Set List

Concert may consist of 5 selections
Repertoire may be requested