Hear the wonderful Gospel singer, Garth Hewitt live at Allan Park South Church, Stirling on 14th September.
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About Garth Hewitt, Renowned Gospel Singer in Concert
A fantastic opportunity to hear the wonderful Gospel singer, Garth Hewitt live here in Stirling.
Garth Hewitt released his first album The Lion and the Lamb in 1973, and in 2016 brought out three titles – Songs from the Fifth Gospel, songs written about or inspired by the Holy Land; the Christmas album Peace at Christmas; and a meditational DVD called Wide Open Arms. In between there have been more than 40 others covering a wide variety of subjects and styles, including two for children and one in Spanish(!), Moonrise in 2010 to celebrate 25 years of Amos Trust, Justice Like a River, an album of worship songs on justice, and Liberty is Near!, a recording of Chartist hymns from the 1840s which Garth put to music.
Touring throughout those 40 years Garth has visited areas of poverty, conflict, deprivation, and disaster, prioritizing friendships with local people and bringing them encouragement, but always returning to Europe and the US with personal stories bringing to life media headlines, keeping individual’s stories at the forefront when newspapers have forgotten, and challenging the privileged to share, and to join the protest against injustice.
Founding the human rights charity Amos Trust in 1985, Garth worked for 26 years as its Director, then handing that role on to Chris Rose; Garth maintains a role with Amos as Founder.
Tickets available to pre-order at £7.50 by email to email@example.com or by telephone on 07826 556302.
Tickets at the door will be £10 on the night.
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