Singing for Haiti

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On a snowy evening in early February, 300 people basked in the warmth of the music of Supremacy 4, a group of four vocalists and a pianist, all born in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.

The benefit concert was held at Trinity Christian College in Palos Heights, Ill., and included the college’s gospel choir and a student group. A $5 admission charge plus a free-will offering raised $5,700 for the work of the Christian Reformed World Relief Committee, Elim Christian Services, and two other charities.


About the Author

Ruth Moblard DeYoung, a former Banner news correspondent and teacher, writes children's books. She is a member of Hope Christian Reformed Church in Oak Forest, Ill. 

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