Jeremy Glass returned home to Mount Pleasant for one night only in a heartwarming Christmas tribute to the musical stylings of Andrew Peterson, John Denver, Amy Grant, and many others.
Admission was free, however all were encouraged to contribute to our "Hope for Humanity" Fund, also referred to as "Ingathering".
Jeremy Glass is vocal & piano artist (baratone - inspirational/folk) with a vocal style similar to Chris Rice, John Denver, Amy Grant, Brandon Heath, & Steve Green.
Here is a statement from him:
"I grew up at the Mount Pleasant SDA Church, so coming back to do a Christmas concert to help with Ingathering is an amazing honor. Christmas is about so many things, most of all music, reunion, nostalgia, and the birth of Jesus. I hope we raise a lot of money for Ingathering, and in the meantime make some memories, enjoy music - some new, some old - and remember why Jesus came to earth."
The "Hope for Humanity" Fund is collected annually to help meet humanitarian needs around the world including but not limited to: health, education, community service, disaster relief, & food distribution for famine relief.
The "Hope for Humanity" Fund is administered by Adventist Community Services. To learn more, please go to:
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