HOISINGTON — The McClellan Singing Sisters will present a sacred concert during this Sunday’s 10:30 a.m. worship service at the First Street Church of God, 601 East First St., in Hoisington, the Rev. Dick Ogle said.
The McClellan Singing Sisters have been singing together all of their lives, presenting the message of Christ in song all over the central United States and Nashville, Tenn. Kim McClellan writes:
“Yes, we are really sisters! Tiffany is 21, Kimberly is 16, Jewel is 15 and TaMera is 11. We were born and raised in Adams, Neb., a little town in the southeast corner of the state. Our dad, Tim, is an aircraft mechanic and our mom, Judy, is a stay-at-home mother, but she also is the caretaker for our grandparents. We have an awesome older sis named Samantha; she’s married to our sweet brother-in-law Edwin. (Yes, she did used to sing with us.)”
The sisters are favorably received wherever they go, Ogle said, adding they have visited Barton County before and have been asked to return for another concert because people enjoyed their music. Pastor Ogle invites everyone to come and share a service “of exciting songs and sincere witness for our Savior.”
For more information call 620-792-6896.