Press Release
March 19, 2022
The 2022 Digicel SVG Gospel Fest continues this weekend
The 2022 Digicel SVG Gospel Fest continues this weekend with the staging of the first ever Sentry Insurance Denominational Concerts in St. Vincent and the Grenadines. The concerts are specially designed to showcase gospel expressions from six of the leading denominations here.
Last night, March 18, the seven congregations of the Church of God of Prophecy took the stage at the Russell’s Auditorium with a variety of presentations in song, dance and poetry.
This evening,  it will be the turn of the Churches of the Nazarene, while on Sunday evening the Streams of Power Churches will  complete the line up for the first weekend.
The Denominational Concerts are part of the special 20th edition celebrations of Digicel SVG Gospel Fest with particular emphasis being placed on showcasing the talents in the various denominations in the country and bringing the churches across the nation together.
All of the programs are being held virtually in keeping with the various health protocols. The public can follow with live streaming on the SVG Gospel Fest Facebook page and other social media platforms.
Digicel SVG Gospel Fest 2022 which started last Sunday 13th March with an official opening ceremony and the ‘Sing A New Song Competition’, will run until May 1st with the National Gospel Showcase. The festival started in 2003 has as its theme: ‘A Glorious Celebration of the Gospel of Jesus Christ’.