CELINA — Mitch McVicker will be performing at Celina Mt. Zion UMC on Sunday. The concert will begin at 10:15 am. at the church, located at 9503 Celina-Mendon Road.
After growing up in Kansas, McVicker began working with the late, great Rich Mullins. The two of them performed concerts together, wrote songs, and were roommates. Then, McVicker was in the car wreck that killed Mullins.
After a lengthy recovery, Mitch began his own musical journey. His latest recording, The Grey (When Black & White Fade), he points beyond our desire to make sense of everything. “The Love of God is beyond calculation,” he says. “Yet we tend to try to measure life in black and white.”
He continues, “I want to live in the grey. That’s not to say that anything goes, but rather, that’s to say everything is included. Jesus seems to point out that the Kingdom of God is built upon a vast grey love.”
Come and be inspired by the lush strings, driving beats, and ‘60s story-telling. People from all walks of like relate to the raw and truthful hope found in the earthy authenticity and modern sounds.
For more information, call 419-852-3092 or 419-305-0613. A free-will offering will be taken.