CLAYTON — Southern gospel music will be featured on Sunday, Aug. 21 at Salem Church of God when the Clayton church hosts a free concert that will benefit One Heart Dayton and the Ohio Gospel Music Association.
The event, which will be hosted by the Salem Trailblazers, begins at 6 p.m. and will include performances by the Salem Quartet and the Homelighters Quartet, southern gospel groups from the Dayton and Central Ohio areas.
Donations will be accepted, and all proceeds will benefit One Heart Dayton’s ministry to women in the adult entertainment industry as well as the Ohio Gospel Music Association’s efforts to advance gospel music across the Buckeye State.
The Salem Quartet – comprised of Dayton-area residents Dan and Dyan Garner, Dave Mittlesteadt and Herb Peer – got its start two years ago and is eager to build its ministry. To learn more about the Salem Quartet and see a complete schedule of upcoming performances, please visit www.gospelgigs.com/Salem.
Meanwhile, The Homelighters Quartet, featuring Kermit Haddox, John Wright, Vance Tope and Greg Cline, has been ministering in Central Ohio for more than 30 years. To learn more about the Homelighters Quartet and see a complete schedule of upcoming performances, please visit www.homelightersquartet.com.
Salem Church of God is at 6500 Southway Road, with Sunday worship services at 9:30 a.m. and 11 a.m. For more information about the church or the Aug. 21 concert, please call (937) 836-6500 or visit salemchurch.org.