Birmingham, AL, March 21, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Easter Sunday morning, April 4th, legendary R&B and gospel singer, Shirley Murdock will join the Faith Chapel Christian Center Theater and Dance Ministry and Chenaniah Choir for a spectacular Easter production. The performance takes place during the regular 10:00 a.m. worship service at The Word Dome located at 100 Lexington Street in Birmingham. The public is invited to join them for this special event.
Shirley Murdock was re-introduced into the Gospel arena when Bishop T.D. Jakes featured her on his 1999 Sacred Love Songs and The Storm Is Over projects and signed her to his Dexterity Sounds record label. Her latest Stellar Award and Dove nominated project entitled, SOULFOOD, includes the video for the single, I Love Me Better Than That.
According to Faith Chapel Senior Director of Fine Arts and UAB Professor, Dr. Henry Panion III, a glimpse of the songs would include an Easter medley containing “Oh Please Don’t Let Them Crucify Him,” “It is Finish,” and “Lord You Mean.” The production will also include a powerful presentation from the Theater and Dance Department and Chenaniah Choir. Plus, Pastor Michael D. Moore will share a seasonal, yet timely message.
For more details, visit the Faith Chapel Christian Center website at www.faithchapel.net and click on the event banner.
About Shirley Murdock
Shirley Murdock grew up in Toledo, Ohio and sharpened her gift in the choir of Calvary Baptist Church. She gave her life to the Lord at age 15. In her early twenties, Ms Murdock was signed to Electra Records where she had a string of hits and gold albums. She was re-introduced into the Gospel arena, when Bishop T.D. Jakes featured her on his 1999 Sacred Love Songs and The Storm Is Over projects and signed her to his Dexterity Sounds record label. The new millennium brought the singer her first Stellar Nominated gospel release entitled, “Home.”
Ms Murdock began sharpening her acting skills over a decade ago in Michael Matthews’ hit gospel stage play “Fake Friends,” featuring Marvin Sapp, David Peaston, Ali Woodson and Gary (Lil’G) Jenkins. She had the pleasure of working with the Tyler Perry in his hit stage play, “I Know I’ve Been Changed.”
Her latest Stellar Award and Dove nominated project entitled, SOULFOOD, includes the video for the single, I Love Me Better Than That.
About Faith Chapel Christian Center (www.faithchapel.net) (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Faith_Chapel_Christian_Center)
Faith Chapel started in April, 1981 in Dr. Michael D. Moore's home in the Wylam community of Birmingham, Alabama. The church began with four people: Dr. Moore, his wife Kennetha, his mother, and a friend. In six months, the church grew then moved in June, 1981 to Stallworth Funeral Home. Within a year, the church re-located to the YWCA in downtown Birmingham. Today the congregation has reached over 7,000 members and is housed in the world’s largest monolithic dome. The Word Dome is located at 100 Lexington St, just blocks from the original church.