Worship concert coming to North Fork Oct. 14

-- Hillside Baptist Church

October 4, 2012 

The Master's College of Santa Clarita, in association with North Fork's Hillside Baptist Church will present a program of worship music by Majesty at 10 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 14.

The church is located at 55238 Road 200 at Wyle Ranch Road.

Majesty is a nine-member vocal ensemble that presents music and testimony that will appeal to all ages. The group sings in churches and at high schools, youth rallies and service clubs throughout California.

Majesty's music will include selections highlighted from their albums: Majesty Live, The Master's Music, A Mighty Fortress, I Will Rejoice, How Great is Our God and their most recent recording, I Will Follow Christ.

The group, comprised of full-time students at The Masters' College, travels throughout the west coast during the school year. During the summer, they also tour throughout the United States and various foreign countries. Past tours have included Italy, Spain, England, Israel, Ireland and Russia.

The Master's College is an accredited Christian liberal arts college, offering over 50 programs of study. The college is located in Santa Clarita, 45 miles north of Los Angeles. Dr. John MacArthur, world-renowned Bible expositor and author, serves as president.

Dr. Paul T. Plew has been the conductor of Majesty and chairman of the music department at The Master's College since 1979. Along with directing Majesty, he is also conductor of Collegiate Singers, a 130-voice oratorio choir, and The Master's Chorale, a 60-voice auditioned choir.

He is a member of the American Choral Directors' Association, past president of the San Fernando chapter of the Choral Conductors' Guild and cofounder of the Santa Clarita Choral Festival in the Santa Clarita Valley. He also serves as worship pastor at Santa Clarita Baptist Church in Santa Clarita.

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