Monday night’s presentation will be the final performance on the group’s 2011 summer choir tour.
The youth group left Rome on June 1 for a 12-day, 3,000- mile national tour, which included stops in Washington, D.C.; Dumfries, Va; Baltimore, MD; Philadelphia, Pa.; Pittsburgh, Pa.; Toledo, Ohio; Chicago, Ill.; and Indianapolis, Ind.
Throughout the multi-city tour, the youth group performed at churches, schools and community centers, and participated in inner-city mission work.
The "Soul’d Out" original musical includes a live youth band and 45-member youth choir, and features songs from hit artists, including Patti LaBelle, Cage the Elephant, Switchfoot, Need to Breathe, Michael Jackson, Matisyahu, Toby Mac.
The 7 p.m. concert is free to the public, but donations will be accepted to benefit Cornerstone Christian Academy in southwest Philadelphia. Founded in the early 1980s by evangelist Tony Campolo, Cornerstone provides scholarship-based Christian education to children living in one of the most impoverished and violent neighborhoods of southwest Philadelphia.
For more information, visit www.trinityumcrome.org or contact the church office at 706 291-0033.