The Steel Magnolias to present concert in Castroville
The Medina Valley United Methodist Church, Castroville, TX is excited to announce the widely known Christian singing troupe, The Steel Magnolias, who will be presenting a fully choreographed concert of Southern gospel Music at the 10:30 a.m. worship service on Sunday morning, September 16, 2018 at 10:30 a.m. There is no charge and the public is invited.
The Steel Magnolias have sung throughout America and Canada covering 42 states for the past twelve years.
The ladies returned from a 16-day tour last October 2017, to the Pacific Northwest, traveling through 12 US states, plus Victoria, British Columbia. They covered over 5800 miles presenting 39 Gospel Music concerts as part of what they do every year in churches, community centers, VA hospitals, prisons, plus “flash mobs” throughout the tour.
The Sunday evening before they left on that tour, the group was invited to sing at the Sutherland Springs Baptist Church, and then one week after their return home they heard the tragic news of the shooting at this wonderful church. It was then The Steel Magnolias declared their theme for 2018: Sharing Jesus with URGENCY!
This past May 2018, the group traveled for 10 days through Tennessee, Virginia, Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Arkansas. God blessed as they passionately shared their message of URGENCY. The ladies will be on tour again to the New England states this fall, Nov. 9-19, 2018.
The Steel Magnolias present as many as one hundred fifty volunteer concerts a year. Through their music, scriptures, and personal testimonies, they present the message of Christ’s love and salvation. Your life will never be the same after experiencing the dynamic witness and singing of The Steel Magnolias.
Everett McCarley, pastor of Medina Valley UMC invites the public to come hear The Steel Magnolias present this special concert in the morning worship service beginning at 10:30 a.m. The church is located at 1108 Country Lane, Castroville, TX 78009.
A covered dish POT LUCK will follow the concert in the Fellowship hall