MURRELLS INLET, SC – On Friday, December 11, 2015 GOOD DEED GOODS will host a Christmas concert benefiting local victims of the floods and the Garden City Chapel flood repairs through the Black River United Way.
The Flood Victims Relief Christmas Concert will feature Dove award-winning musical artist Travis Cottrell. Cottrell serves as worship leader at Beth Moore’s Living Proof Live Conferences and worship pastor of Englewood Baptist Church in Jackson, Tennessee. Cottrell has recorded several solo projects including “Found,” “Ring the Bells,” “When the Stars Burn Down,” and the Dove award-winning “Jesus Saves Live.” In 2010, he penned his first book, Surprised by Worship: Discovering the Presence of God Where You Least Expect It (Zondervan). Travis lives in Jackson, Tennessee with his wife Angela, and their three children, Jack, Lily Kate and Levi. Opening worship will be provided by Belin Memorial United Methodist Church. As a special treat, tenor Robbie Taylor, the Pastor of Worship and Outreach at The First Baptist Church of Murrells Inlet will join Travis in leading worship for a song or two!
The Flood Victims Relief Christmas Concert, also sponsored by Lee’s Inlet Apothecary, PURE Compounding and the United Way of South Carolina, will be held at the Garden City Chapel in Garden City Beach, South Carolina with 100% of donations going to the flood victims through the Black Water United Way.
- Friday, December 11, 2015 at 7 p.m. Doors open at 6 p.m.
- Garden City Chapel
316 Dogwood Drive N.
Garden City Beach, South Carolina
- A $20 donation secures your Admission Pass. Tickets available online at www.BlackRiver UW.org or GoodDeedGoods.com; or locally at the following locations: Harvest Commons, Pawleys Island; Lee’s Inlet Apothecary, Murrells Inlet; PURE Compounding and Studio 77, Myrtle Beach.