Sweet Presence plays Comox

If you love southern gospel music, you will enjoy Sweet Presence this Sunday at 6:30 p.m. at Comox Pentecostal Church.

If you love southern gospel music, you will enjoy Sweet Presence this Sunday at 6:30 p.m. at Comox Pentecostal Church.

Sweet Presence is a full-time family-based group in the Pacific

Northwest. Made up of Ernie, Dolly, Greg, and Corey, Sweet Presence travels in the United States and Canada sharing their message through southern gospel music.

This group has sung on stage with the likes of Poet Voices, Carolina Boys, the Dixie Melody Boys, and many others.

With over 35 years of travelling in southern gospel music, Sweet Presence offers a concert experience that appeals to young and old with songs like He Keeps On Blessing Me to God Walks The Dark Hills and Ring The Bells Of Heaven.

“While listening, I would have been convinced Sweet Presence had

to be from Kentucky, Indiana, Tennessee, or any of the southern states that I have previously associated southern gospel music with,” writes Guardian Magazine columnist Tracey Evison. “I have now had that particular bias straightened out quite thoroughly!

“You do not have to be born and raised in the Deep South to sing southern gospel, as Sweet Presence proves with style!”

— Comox Pentecostal Church

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