ENC Gospel Choir performs at Congress 2007
Thursday, February 15, 2007
Quincy, Massachusetts

Thousands of Christians from across New England converged on Boston's Hynes Convention Center for Congress 2007, a three-day conferencing featuring Bill Hybels, Jack Hayford, George Barna, Floyd and Elaine Flake, Henry Cloud, Joni Eareckson Tada, Tony Campolo, Bishop Vashti Murphy McKenzie, and Don Miller, author of Blue Like Jazz. Eastern Nazarene College's 80-member Gospel Choir was there, performing at the opening of Friday night's "A Celebration and a Call" session, which featured Women of Faith's Sheila Walsh and Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir's Susan Quintyne as worship leaders and speaker David Bryant, chairman of America's National Prayer Committee.

The Gospel Choir is a vibrant, multicultural ensemble that performs the best contemporary gospel music with unsurpassed energy and enthusiasm. Singing at Congress was "a remarkable opportunity for the Gospel Choir and for ENC to gain exposure among New England's evangelical community," said director Delvyn Case. "I am very proud of the tremendous job the choir did. They represented the culture of excellence that makes ENC what it is."

With their six-piece band and horn section, the ENC Gospel Choir has entertained thousands across the country with passionate and exciting performances. The Choir has in recent years sung at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville and at the Bank of America Pavilion in Boston, where they opened for gospel superstars Israel and New Breed in 2004.