1700 Caithness children to hear the Gospel
This week will see outreach concerts in Caithness as free events in Wick and Thurso schools and churches; organised by the Caithness Churches Festival Committee.
by Kenny Cormack
Over 1700 Caithness primary school children will hear the Good News in assemblies through singer BeBe Vox during the 12th to 16th of September.
BeBe will also be performing two free concerts at the end of the week for primary school pupils and their families. Special guest Chip Kendall who earlier this year performed with his band at Wick and Thurso high schools will be sharing the Good News at the end of the concert and speaking to youth groups afterwards.
BeBe will be promoting Christian childrens clubs and Sunday schools that are local to the area during her visit.
BeBe will be performing two free concerts for primary school children and their families on Thursday the 15th of Sept. at St Peter's & St Andrew's church, Thurso and on Friday the 16th of Sept at Pulteneytown & Thrumster church, Argyle Square, Wick. Both concerts start at 7:00pm.
BeBe Vox, the latest artist from Innervation Trust, has big hair and an even bigger voice.
Originally from Swansea, BeBe was spotted by Innervation at the UK ’s National Hope Academy talent search and signed to their Movation Productions label. BeBe’s first single hit the Top 20 in the Radio 1 Dance charts and her second reached number 6 in the commercial club charts but she has kept her feet on the ground with loads of outreach work in primary schools. Her latest single, ‘STOP’ has just recently been released.
BeBe has performed in over 100 primary schools across the UK. “I absolutely love performing in primary schools,” says BeBe. “It’s so rewarding to see the kids’ reactions and to know that I’m representing Christianity in a way that is relevant to them.” BeBe also joined thebandwithnoname on THE4POINTS tour as well as the Rush Tour and at many festivals including Spring Harvest, Fuel, Frenzy, and Greenbelt.