International Gospel, Patriotic Recording Artist To Appear In Walnut Hill

February 28, 2010

International recording artist Jim Worthing will be in concert next Sunday at Annie Jones Methodist Church in Walnut Hill.

worthing10.jpgIn his 29th year of professional singing, Pennsylvania native Worthing is an accomplished songwriter in gospel and patriotic music.

In addition to producing and recording five solo CD’s, Worthing sang with two national award-winning groups, Re-Creation and The Cumberland Boys. While he was with Re-Creation, the group was awarded the prestigious George Washington Medal of Honor by the Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge.

While with the Cumberland Boys, Opryland’s gospel quartet, he shared in the Horizon Award, Christian Country Group of the Year Award, and seven nominations for the Music City News/TNN Christian Artist of the Year Award. The Cumberland Boys recorded 11 albums and scored 10 gospel top 80 hits with Worthing singing lead. He has appeared in 48 states, Canada, Bahamas and Switzerland.

He has appeared on the Grand Ole Opry, Prime Time Country, Nashville Now, Crook and Chase, the Trinity Broadcasting Network, the Canadian television, and Paul Heil’s nationally syndicated radio show, The Gospel Greats.

Worthing was also featured as the special guest vocalist of the 100th Anniversary Celebration of the United States Army Reserve held in Washington, DC, CPAC 2007-2009, Presidential Banquet, the 2003 Miss Kentucky Pageant, and produced and hosted a Gospel Cruise for “The General Jackson Showboat” in Nashville.

A three octave range, a voice alive with the dynamics of faith and experience, a clear and winsome testimony, and a deep-seated commitment to the Christian message make a Jim Worthing concert inspiring, challenging, and uniquely unforgettable.

The public is cordially invited to attend. A free-will offering for Worthing’s ministry will be received at the concert.

The concert takes place at 5:30 p.m. on Sunday, March 7 at the Annie Jones Methodist Church in Walnut Hill. The church is located “under” the water tower on Arthur Brown Road near Highway 97.

For more information, call Leslie at (850) 565-7128.

Comments

2 Responses to “International Gospel, Patriotic Recording Artist To Appear In Walnut Hill”

  1. Carolyn Barrett (One of the three C'S,Warsaw) on March 12th, 2010 3:54 pm

    Gee, it’s good to get up dated on you, sure would like to see you. Hopeing you will be in Northern IN soon!!! Pray all is going well for you!!
    In Christ Carolyn

  2. Leslie on March 4th, 2010 5:02 pm

    Thank you William. We look forward to having a great crowd and wonderful fellowship with Mr. Worthing.





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