Country gospel in Whyalla

COUNTRY: Organiser Helen Hiscock showing the program for the day to Corey Davey and Corey Davey Jr.
COUNTRY: Organiser Helen Hiscock showing the program for the day to Corey Davey and Corey Davey Jr.

The Seventh-Day Adventist Church will be hosting another quality free event this weekend, with a number of talented indigenous musicians to perform in the Aboriginal Country Gospel Program.

Special guests include Dean Hiscock, a Bible Worker for ATISM Adelaide and Mamarapha Bible College Student, local Pastor Andy Krause and Mamarapha Bible College Student Randon Doolan.

Other performers include artists Andrew and Aryn Maiava.

Organiser Helen Hiscock said the special guests would be sharing their music and important life stories with those attending.

“It’s going to be a good time for everyone attending. We’ll be sitting around the barbecue and sharing stories with one another,” she said.

“It’s a good chance for these indigenous musicians to show what they can do on stage. We’re targeting the aboriginal folk but everyone is welcome.

“Dean is a guitarist and singer so we’re really looking forward to that. Randon is going to share his life with us, what he’s done and how he got involved in the church.

“Dean is also going to talk about Mamarapha Bible College

“It’s a time to meet with friends, share in the great singing and enjoy each other’s company.”

The program will be followed by a sausage sizzle and fresh fruit. For more information phone Helen on 0429 700 279.

The event will be held this Saturday, November 4 at 3pm at 63 Hincks Avenue.