PITSBURG — The Pitsburg Church of the Brethren will host the Faithful Sons at 6 p.m. on Sunday, March 6. The Faithful Sons have been sharing the Gospel of Christ through Southern Gospel Music for many years.
John Short sings the lead part for the group. He lives in Union City, Ohio, and is mostly retired. He has sung with several groups over the years, including the Promised Heirs and the Chordsmen, before starting The Faithful Sons.
Kim Gilbert sings the baritone part, and has been with the group from the beginning. He has also sang with a barbershop quartet through the years. He lives in Greenville, and is also recently retired from Flaig Lumber in New Madison.
Singing tenor is the newest member of the group, Kent Waller, who also makes his home in Greenville, and works for Crown Equipment in New Bremen as a packaging engineer. Before joining The Faithful Sons, Waller sang baritone with The Dayton Ambassadors for three years until the group disbanded in 2012.
This group has but one goal…lift up the name of Jesus Christ in word and song, and lead others to a loving, personal relationship with Him.
“Come and worship with us and you will surely be blessed,” said organizers.
The church is located at the west edge of Pitsburg at 8376 Pitsburg-Laura Road. The public is invited to this gospel concert and a freewill offering will be accepted. Refreshments will be served in the fellowship hall following the concert.
For booking information, contact Short at 937-423-7827 or Waller at 937-621-5494.