During her years singing southern gospel, Charlotte Richie gained national attention as the soprano singer for legendary gospel group, The Nelons.
She will present her message in music during Shiloh’s homecoming services Sunday, Aug. 1. Kevin Williams, who has been associated with Gaither music for most of his career, will join Ritchie at 10:15 a.m.
Since embarking on her solo career in the spring of 2008, Charlotte has enjoyed success with two solo recordings, “Closer” and “Bridges Over Blue” which have spawned national success, including hit releases on southern gospel and inspirational radio. Her solo concert schedule takes her to festivals, churches and women’s conferences nationwide, where audiences are getting to know the incredible heart that accompanies her one-of-kind voice.
The small, white pristine UMC, which is always filled with lots of song and worship and preaching by pastor Jon Bell, is located at 2574 Highway 64 West.
Singing and history kicks off homecoming at 9:00 a.m.
Dinner on the grounds (potluck) at noon will round out the day’s events. The community is invited to the entire day’s events.