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Voices of Faith

Utica, New York, United States | SELF

Utica, New York, United States | SELF
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"Historical society to hold event"

By Staff reports
Mid-York Weekly
Posted Jan 28, 2009 @ 11:34 AM

UTICA — The Utica-based Voices of Faith gospel choir will perform on Saturday, Jan. 31 at the Oneida County Historical Society, as part of the society’s introduction of the new “Trail to Freedom” Underground Railroad and anti-slavery history brochure. Several paintings commissioned for the Trail to Freedom brochure from local artist Jim Parker will be available for sale at this special event, which takes place in the society’s exhibit gallery starting at 1 p.m.
Representatives from the commission will also speak at this event, which is the first of several scheduled to commemorate Black History Month in February.
The historical society is located at 1608 Genesee Street in Utica. Admission is $2. Children ages 5 and younger, and current historical society members, are free. All exhibit galleries will remain open during this event.
- Utica Observer Dispatch

"NAACP event ‘all about the youth’"

Posted Feb 07, 2009 @ 04:36 PM

UTICA — The focus was on the children Saturday as the Oneida County Branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People opened Black History Month at Mohawk Valley Community College.

More than one-third of the estimated 80 people in attendance at the annual celebration were children.

Children from the YWCA welcomed guests to the annual event and were involved in the program.

“It’s all about the youth,” said Craig Grant, chairman for the event and first vice president for the Oneida County NAACP. “Our theme is enduring our legacy that certainly segues into our youth. We need to get them involved, and here they are in leadership roles, not just assisting.”

Delvin Moody, a 13-year-old minister at House of God, was the keynote speaker.

“We want to make sure young people realize what we have and what we have come from,” Moody said. “We have a strong foundation, and we need to build on that. As we move forward, we need to make sure we do it together.”

The crowd participated in a reading about the meaning of Black History Month, discussing how the events of the month highlight contributions of historic black Americans and spotlight current achievements.

“We want to let society know that African-Americans were an integral part of history,” Grant said.

The event was full of music from the Voices of Faith Gospel Choir and poetry readings.

“This is really a celebration and a positive time to come together in unity,” attendee Kenneth Melchort said. “It’s also a chance for people from different churches to come together and honor the Lord and was has been accomplished.”

- Utica Observer Dispatch

"Black History Month celebrations to highlight drums, dance and exhibits"

Excerpt from the Utica Observer Dispatch

* Insight House will present The Voices of Faith Gospel Choir at 6 p.m. Friday in the Insight House gymnasium at 500 Whitesboro St., Utica. The event is free and open to the public. The Voices of Faith Gospel Choir blends the traditional and contemporary sounds of gospel music with the flavor of jazz and blues. For more information, call Anthony Morrison of Insight House at 724-5168, ext. 273.
- Jennifer Edwards


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The innovative idea for Minister Jimmy Jackson and Voices of Faith is to curb violence such as alcoholism, drugs, gangs, hatred and sexual crimes among diverse groups throughout the nation with a specific music genre. We aspire to bring people of diverse backgrounds together and unite them in the spirit of peace through singing together. In this wealth of company we will bring about rejuvenation of the human spirit and inspirational sounds of harmony that will give promise to everyone that listens. Voices of Faith was formed to bring forth an innovative presentation of traditional and contemporary sounds of gospel with the flavor of jazz and blues. Our goal is to educate the youth that prosperity can be found in wholesome lyrics. We are striving to connect with communities to continue to raise the awareness of the history of Gospel music that our pioneers have trail blazed.
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