"Sights and Sounds of South Africa" Benefit for Hospice of

As seen on the FOX19 Morning News Friday May 16th, Hospice of Cincinnati and the Crossroads Community Church on Madison Road welcomes the "Sounds and Songs from South Africa"  Sunday May 18th at 6:00pmfor a free concert.  The entire family is welcome to experience this fun and inspirational celebration in song! For more information, please call 513-792-7963

They will be performing inspirational, exuberant African choral music and will share the stage with Minister P. Ann Everson-Price and the Cincinnati Super Choir.  South African choir returns to perform free concert   Authentic South African choral music returns to Cincinnati Sunday, May 18, when choir members from South Africa's Charity and Faith Mission Church present "Sounds and Songs from South Africa." This fusion of inspirational African melodies, exuberant movement and pulsating percussion will take place at 6 p.m. at Crossroads Church (3500 Madison Road)

Joining the group will be Cincinnati's own Super Choir led by minister, vocalist and radio personality P. Ann Everson-Price. This is a wonderful opportunity for Cincinnatians to enjoy live music from another part of the world, complimented by Cincinnati's own local talent!

Hospice of Cincinnati will host this evening of spirited, inspirational song as a gift to the Cincinnati community. Although there will be no admission charge, a goodwill offering will be accepted to raise funds for Hospice of Cincinnati's sister hospice in South Africa, Bophelong Community Hospice. Bophelong is one of a growing number of start-up South African hospices responding to the country's urgent need for quality hospice care, exacerbated by the HIV/AIDS pandemic.

Hospice of Cincinnati's collaborative relationship with Bophelong began in fall 2006 when CEO Steve West visited the South African hospice as part of a mission and outreach trip spearheaded by members of Crossroads. Two other members of the Hospice of Cincinnati clinical management team joined dozens of Crossroads members on the trip as well.