Williams Baptist University will host the Arkansas Master’Singers for a free concert of worship on October 12 at WBU’s Manley Chapel. The doors open at 6 p.m. and the concert will begin at 7 p.m.
With over 200 voices, Arkansas Master’Singers consists of ministers of music/worship leaders, directors, accompanists, choir leaders, pastors, staff members and staff spouses from Arkansas Baptist churches in every corner of the state and all places in between. The men’s chorus began in 1961, while the women’s choir started in 1973. In the early 1990s the groups came together under the name of Master’Singers.
The Arkansas Master’Singers are currently preparing for a return mission trip to Ukraine in April of 2018. The choir previously visited Ukraine in 2014, where the choir and orchestra were able to present eight concerts to standing room only crowds. The group has also toured Guatemala, Brazil, Germany, and Russia in past years.
The concert will include selections by the men’s chorus, women’s chorus, combined chorus, and the orchestra.
Everyone is invited to attend the concert of worship at Williams. For more information about the concert, visit the Arkansas Master’Singers website at www.arkansasmastersingers.com.
Williams is a Christian, liberal arts college in Walnut Ridge, Ark. It will become Williams Baptist University in July of 2018. Williams is owned and operated by the Arkansas Baptist State Convention.