Its Daraja Update Thursday!

The Daraja Choir is having a blast kicking it around Florida as their final two weeks of summer tour set in. This weekend, they will be in Ft Walton Beach, Fl at Niceville UMC and Beachside Community Church. Tuesday night (July 23rd), they’ll be in Quincy FL at First Baptist Quincy, and then Thursday July 25, they will be in concert at Grace Lutheran Church in Destin, Florida. (As a side note, Grace Lutheran was the church that hosted the very first Daraja concert ever in 2007).

The choir will be wrapping up their summer tour in Atlanta on Sunday, July 28. Sunday morning, they will be singing at Southside Church in Peachtree City. There will also be an evening concert in Atlanta, but we’ll post you on that as soon as we can.

Check out the tour page for more info on these concerts.

Be sure to come worship with us before the summer tour is over, if you can. If not, stay tuned to our online tour page for Fall Tour dates. If you’d like to have the choir at your church this fall, be sure to let us know.

 

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