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Excitement, High Praises At Rejoice 2016

Published:Saturday | April 9, 2016 | 4:00 AM
Brittanya and Frriends brought their usual high energy to the stage.
Dayna Stewart plays the congo drum while doing dub poetry
Simona Saure had the audience stunned by her powerful voice.
Alexia Fairweather gets deep into her dub poetry piece.
The Kingston Drummers showing off their skill and versatility on the drums.
The Kingston Drummers were full of action and dramatics
Raheem Vessels delivers sweet music via the saxophone
Rev., and Mrs Nevroy Francis showing off their diversity.
The St John's United dance ministry in action.
A group from the Boulevard United Church doing a mime.
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If you missed it this year, and in previous years, then you have been missing out on an abundance of blessing, as Rejoice 2016 was an event filled with excitement and high praise.

Now an annual event, put on as a fundraiser by the St John's United Church Music Ministry, in an effort to extend its reach, Rejoice 2016 saw a strong turnout at the church's 19 Upper Rose Lane location in Kingston, recently.

Following the welcome and opening remarks by MCs Andre Miller and Roy McGregor, the Reverend Sylvan Hinds, delivered the opening prayer, and from there, it was non-stop action on stage.

Performances came from the likes of Radical Weapons, the St John's Dance Ministry, Simona Saure, Dayna Stewart, Rev., and Mrs Nevroy Francis, the Boulevard United Church, Alexia Fairweather, Raheem Vessels, the Kingston Drummers, Kareem Bell, and Brittanya and Friends, who closed out the night on a musical high.

Here are some of the highlights: