The Cape Coast Township, the capital of the Central Region will record an exposive and dynamic gospel musical performances which is expected to attract about 4,000 across the region on Sunday evening.
The show which is non-inter denominational is to celebrate the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus Christ, this Easter would be held at the Chapel Square at Cape Coast.
Dubbed, ‘‘Resurrection Praise 2012’’, the show is expected to bring all Christians in and around Cape Coast to thank and appreciate the awesome power of God and for the sacrifice Christ made on the cross to redeem mankind.
It is also expected to set the stage to bring together gospel music lovers from diverse religious background and also promote inter-religious dialogue.
The show has been put together by ATL FM, a University of Cape Coast (UCC) campus based station and JILAC Media.
Among the artists lined up for the event include: Ohemaa Mercy, Jack Alolome, Selina Boateng, God Eternal Ministries (GEM), and Cynthia Macauley among others.
In an interview with the ‘Spectator’, the station manager of ATL FM, Kwabena Antwi-Konadu, said that the show, the sixth to be organised had grown to become the biggest gospel musical concert in the Central Region.
He explained that the show is a professional non-profit gospel event dedicated to offering religious people the opportunity to praise almighty God for His ultimate sacrifice to the world.
Additionally, he said, it would create a platform to promote peace for this year’s presidential and parliamentary elections.
He intimated that the event had always been filled with the spirit of multi-denominational dialogue and multi-ethnic culture of the region as it continues to