Concerts

 

Jim Worthing concert – Sunday, July 16, 2017 10:45 am.  All are welcome!10649933_10152432535515963_151088062403580467_n

Mr. Worthing has made singing his profession for his entire adult life. In a career spanning over three decades, he has appeared in 48 states, Canada, the Bahamas, and Switzerland performing live for millions of people. Jim’s unmistakable pure tenor voice can be heard on over 60 nationally and internationally released recordings. For the past 15 years Mr. Worthing has toured as a solo artist producing six solo projects including his newest release, “Committed To Love.” Mr. Worthing, a native of Altoona, PA , makes his professional home base in Music City USA, Nashville, TN.
Prior to his solo career, Mr. Worthing sang with two national award-winning groups, Re-Creation and The Cumberland Boys. While he was with Re-Creation, the group was awarded the prestigious George Washington Medal of Honor by the Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge. While with the Cumberland Boys, Opryland’s Gospel Quartet, he shared in the Horizon Award, Christian Country Group of the Year Award, and seven nominations for the Music City News/TNN Christian Artist of the Year Award.
Mr. Worthing has appeared on the Grand Ole Opry, Prime Time Country, Nashville Now, Crook and Chase, the Trinity Broadcasting Network, the Canadian television show – 100 Huntley Street, and Paul Heil’s nationally syndicated radio show, The Gospel Greats. Mr. Worthing was also featured as the special guest vocalist of the 100th Anniversary Celebration of the United States Army Reserve held in April of 2008 in Washington, DC, the CPAC 2007 Presidential Banquet with Vice President Richard B. Cheney in attendance also held in Washington, DC., the 2003 Miss Kentucky Pageant, the 2005 National Convention for the National Exchange Clubs of America, and the 2010 Army & Air Force Exchange Service change of command ceremony held in Dallas, TX.
A voice alive with the dynamics of faith and experience, a clear and winsome testimony, and a deep-seated commitment to the Christian message make a Jim Worthing concert inspiring, challenging, and uniquely unforgettable.

 

12401813_1667060186870613_8388836129886067094_oJoin us for a time of Southern Gospel Music and fellowship with The Mattingly Family, Sunday May 21, 2017, at 10:30 am.

 

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Jim Worthing

Sunday, September 18, 2016 – 10:45 am

Mr. Worthing has made singing his profession for his entire adult life. In a career spanning over three decades, he has appeared in 48 states, Canada, the Bahamas, and Switzerland performing live for millions of people. Jim’s unmistakable pure tenor voice can be heard on over 60 nationally and internationally released recordings. For the past 13 years Mr. Worthing has toured as a solo artist producing six solo projects including his newest release, “Committed To Love.” Mr. Worthing, a native of Altoona, PA , makes his professional home base in Music City USA, Nashville, TN.

Prior to his solo career, Mr. Worthing sang with two national award-winning groups, Re-Creation and The Cumberland Boys. While he was with Re-Creation, the group was awarded the prestigious George Washington Medal of Honor by the Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge. While with the Cumberland Boys, Opryland’s Gospel Quartet, he shared in the Horizon Award, Christian Country Group of the Year Award, and seven nominations for the Music City News/TNN Christian Artist of the Year Award.

Mr. Worthing has appeared on the Grand Ole Opry, Prime Time Country, Nashville Now, Crook and Chase, the Trinity Broadcasting Network, the Canadian television show – 100 Huntley Street, and Paul Heil’s nationally syndicated radio show, The Gospel Greats. Mr. Worthing was also featured as the special guest vocalist of the 100th Anniversary Celebration of the United States Army Reserve held in April of 2008 in Washington, DC, the CPAC 2007 Presidential Banquet with Vice President Richard B. Cheney in attendance also held in Washington, DC., the 2003 Miss Kentucky Pageant, the 2005 National Convention for the National Exchange Clubs of America, and the 2010 Army & Air Force Exchange Service change of command ceremony held in Dallas, TX.

A voice alive with the dynamics of faith and experience, a clear and winsome testimony, and a deep-seated commitment to the Christian message make a Jim Worthing concert inspiring, challenging, and uniquely unforgettable.

 

 

 

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Join us for a time of Southern Gospel music and fellowship with The Mattingly Family, Sunday, May 22, 2016 at 10:30 am. at Bethel Baptist Church, 532 Lebanon Rd. Manheim PA 17545