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Hopewell Baptist Church Presents “Concert at the Corner” Community Event

by | Apr 19, 2018 | Arts & Entertainment, Houses of Worship

Hopewell Baptist Church is hosting our 7th Annual “Concert at the Corner” Community Event at the Church Ballfield on Saturday, April 28th at 5:00 p.m. The event is open to all ages. The concert will showcase three musical performances by Justin Taylor, Clay Finnesand, and the Meck Arts Team. There will be activities for the children, including inflatable bounce houses and slides, games, and face painting. We will have hot dogs, hamburgers, chips, popcorn, drinks and snow cones. Bring a blanket and/or lawn chair and join us for an evening of good music, food, fun, and fellowship. The event and food are all free.

The Church is located at 18841 Davidson-Concord Road, near the main entrance to the River Run Golf Community, in Davidson. The Ballfield is behind the Church, at the corner of Davidson-Concord Road and Barnhardt Road.

For more information, visit the church website or call 704 892-3749

About the Performers:

Justin Taylor – Justin was born in Cape Town, South Africa, and currently resides in Charlotte. His music is the pure, untainted sound of the acoustic guitar, and his vocals, creating beautiful melodies strung together with thoughtful lyrics and truly engaging live performances. His music is original and sincere, a must-see for acoustic music lovers. Justin is an accomplished musician, vocalist, and songwriter with numerous awards and accolades. Listening to his music, you can expect to be invited into his story and moved by his sincerity.

Clay Finnesand – Clay is originally from Louisville, KY, and now based in Atlanta. His music is a blend of acoustic singer/songwriter, pop, with some influences from soul and blues music. He has an ear for music, and a heart for Jesus. “I want to reach people who might never step foot in a church or listen to Christian music, I hope my music and my life can reflect truth and joy that belongs to God in a way that promotes thoughtfulness and points to the gospel. Simply put, I do this because I want to, I love it, and art/music is a powerful medium in the world to help and to connect with people.”

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