This will be designed for anyone who has been missing traditional worship services along with the music they grew up singing.
The choir, directed by Roger DeVaughn, will be singing from the Church Hymnal (red back) and the congregational singing will be from the Baptist Hymnal, directed by Joe Washington.
Max Morris will be the moderator.
The evening message will be brought by the pastor of North Cleveland Baptist Church, Dr. Jay McCluskey.
Except for the traditional recorded opening, there will be no recorded music; music will be supplied by Jack Clark at the piano and Patrick Wooden at the organ.
Soloists and small groups will be singing traditional hymns and gospel songs.
“We are hoping, of course, that you will be able to attend; that you will tell all your friends about it; and, if you know someone who would like to sing in the choir, please invite them to come,” Morris said.
“Help us to pray that this experiment will be successful. If the Lord chooses to bless it, we would like to begin doing it on some sort of a regular schedule,” he added.
The service will begin at 6 p.m.
North Cleveland Baptist is located on North Ocoee Street.