3 Christian music concerts in Collegedale
Christian music group Selah, seven-time Gospel Music Association Dove Award winner, sings Saturday night at 7:30 p.m. Fernando Ortega’s newest album is “Come Down O Love Divine.”
Internationally known violinist Jaime Jorge brings A Healing Music Festival to Collegedale Community Church this weekend for two days of performances by Christian music artists.
Jorge has played violin for almost 30 years. He has toured to seven countries performing more than 3,000 concerts.
In 2012, he founded Healing Music Inc. to raise awareness and funds for missionary projects that were dear to him. They include: missionary concerts around the world that focus on evangelism, sponsoring orphan children in India and awarding music scholarships to worthy students.
Additionally, for 16 years Jorge has helped raise funds to purchase Bibles for people in Cuba, sponsor lay pastors and establish home churches there.
The first of three concerts will be held Friday, July 28, at 6 p. m. when pianist Fernando Ortego plays.
On Saturday, July 29, The Martins will sing at 3 p.m. and Selah takes the stage at 7:30 p.m. Doors open a half-hour before each concert.
To purchase concert tickets: www.eventbrite. com/e/violinist- jaimejorge-presents- a- healing-music-festival-withselah-the- martins- andfernando-ortega- tickets-33894113205.
Jaime Jorge Ministries is presenting A Healing Music Festival on Friday and Saturday in Collegedale. Proceeds benefit missionary work and other ministries sponsored by Jorge, pictured above.
The Martins, a trio that has won six Dove Awards, performs Saturday at 3 p.m.