A Fall Music Festival will bring churches, families and music together to help benefit Haitian orphans. The event is scheduled for 2 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 21, in Camdenton.
This event will assist lake area youth missionaries to travel to Haiti to work and help supply clean running water to several orphanages that provide a home for more than 300 homeless toddlers who lost their parents in an earthquake. The trip is in partnership with Life Tree Ministries and Director/Pastor Mike Homan.
There will be music by several guest musicians including;
•Elder Kenneth Charles Jackson, Sr. from Illinois, a former Pastor who now travels with a message that God loves you unconditionally. His worship CD, “Songs of Deliverance” brings a message of hope and restoration.
•Elijah Horton will also perform. Elijah is a praise and worship leader from Dallas Ft. Worth, TX.
•Several local praise bands
•An open mic jam session
•Karaoke for the brave!
Dinner and concert tickets
Tickets purchased before the event are $15 per person, $30 for a family, and $20 per person at the gate. Children 11 and under are free. Tickets may be purchased at Omega Coffee Shop in Laurie, Passion for Fashion in Camdenton, and the Wok N Roll Restaurant on the Bagnell Dam Strip.
This is an outdoor event so bring your lawn chair or blanket and be prepared for a family day of fun and celebration!
The festival will be held at 1403 W. Highway 54 in Camdenton, just past the Helping Hands Homeless Shelter on the right. Follow the signs to the festival.
For more information call Jade at 573-692-5553.