Now after 12 phenomenally accomplished years on her own — as a revered, sought-after pastor; and an active, dedicated, selfless philanthropist, who through the self-named Kay Morris Foundation has conducted numerous charitable, humanitarian missions in Africa — Morris has organised the reunion of her old reggae gospel group, in concert, to raise funds for her charity work in Africa. Morris founded the group in , starting out with a group of young, gifted singers and musicians and ministering in churches, crusades, conventions, concerts, and music festivals in Canada and abroad. She said she was instructed in a vision to take the music, change the message, and use it as a vehicle to win souls for the kingdom of God. The uniquely talented choir toured extensively, breaking religious, racial, and cultural barriers around the world. The popularity of the group grew in leaps and bounds, as our ministry was effectively impacting and transforming lives around the world. Photo credit: LR. Members of the reggae gospel group who have migrated, will be returning to Canada for this grand gospel reunion and fund-raising event. Morris says the concert will be a gospel celebration, appreciation, and thanksgiving to God for all His wonderful blessings and great success over the years. Pride News.
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