O.D. Church to sponsor free concerts

The O.D. Church of the Lost and Found of North Myrtle Beach will sponsor a series of  gospel music concerts throughout the summer and fall seasons. There will be one concert a month starting from June 19 through Nov. 20. 

Seats are limited so please call 843-273-4754 to obtain a free ticket. Tickets can be reserved with your name, and will be waiting at the door at the time of admission. A love offering will take place at each concert to support the ministry. 

The concert series includes: 

June 19 — Brian Free and Assurance 

July 17 — Gerald Wolfe and Greater Vision 

Aug. 14 — The Whisnuets 

Sept. 11 — The Mylon Hayes Family 

Oct. 30 — The Mark Trammel Quartet 

Nov. 20- The Perrys 

The Ocean Drive Church of the Lost and Found is located at 613 Main St., North Myrtle Beach.

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