Hope Haitian Children’s Choir

10 years ago

Sixteen girls and boys from Haiti, singing and dancing in a high energy, meaningful concert, will be performing at the Houlton Wesleyan Church on Wednesday, Aug. 6 at 7 p.m.
The choir, which is in its third year, is focused on sharing the joy of the Lord in such a way that many who hear have their lives positively changed. The tour includes presentations in New England, New York and New Jersey, as well as concerts in their own country when they return. Each year, new members are brought to the U.S. after training and rehearsals in Haiti, ready to inspire with their enthusiasm and genuine faith.
The vision for Hope Haitian Choir has its roots in the adoption of a Haitian baby by founders Barb and Chuck House. After several years of involvement in projects connected with the orphanage in Port-au-Prince, the first choir was organized in 2012. Barb, a music teacher and performer, directs the choir, writing and choreographing many of the songs.
For more information call the Houlton Wesleyan Church at 532-9056.