2023 Concert Schedule

The CRCG presents a “free will offering” concert series during the summer months.  Concerts begin at 7 PM.

**events marked with asterisk are ticketed events

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Monday, May 29, 2023 – VOICES OF VICTORY     

Back by popular demand, The Voices of Victory male quartet from the West Michigan area will kick off our summer concert series on Memorial Day. They have been praising God together in song since 1990. Members of the quartet are: Jim Daling, Rick Noorman, Chuck Terpstra, and Dan VanDyke; accompanist is Karen Daling.

Saturday, June 10, 2023 – METROPOLITAN CHOIR 

The Metropolitan Choir of Praise will join us again this year in honor of their 60th anniversary! What a blessing to continue praising God by sharing their music, which features spirituals, classical, traditional, and contemporary styles. They are from the West Michigan area and have traveled near and far since 1963.

Saturday, June 24, 2023 – THE GUARDIANS 


The Guardians are a southern gospel quartet with a unique sound, tight harmony and a passion for sharing the gospel through their music. They have two Dove Award nominations and multiple #1 songs. After having to cancel in 2020 due to Covid and a tornado watch in 2021, we are excited to have them back a second year in a row!

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Saturday, July 1, 2023 –  SKYLIGHT QUARTET

Skylight Quartet comes from the West Michigan area. Members are: Mike Looney, Jeff Ulicny, Kurt Vander Loon and Robert Vander Leest. They share the good news of the gospel through testimony and song, striving to present Gospel music and its southern style based on The Great Commission in Matthew 28:18-20. Skylight frequently shares the stage with well known, award winning, Gospel groups as Triumphant Quartet and Tribute Quartet.

Tuesday, July 4, 2023 – BIG BAND OF PRAISE  

In 1995 in Holland, Michigan, a group of players were put together for a one-time Sunday service special music, which led to that core group of church musicians forming BBOP. They are passionate about sharing big band and Gospel music. BBOP is a tight-knit group of Christian friends who are dedicated to connecting with listeners by presenting the love of God through song and testimony.

Saturday, July 15, 2023 – THE BROWNS

Shelly, Michaela, Adam, and Andrew Brown are a Dove-nominated family group. The Browns have been touring across the United States since the group began 20 years ago and now also tour internationally. Their newest radio single “Brighten The Corner Where You Are” is climbing the national charts. The Browns exude excitement as they deliver the powerful message of the gospel through word and song.

Saturday, July 22, 2023 – FINAL HARVEST

We’re excited to welcome to the Conference Grounds for the first time, Final Harvest, a female trio from Rochester, New York, made up of friends Pamela Warren and Pamela Sandberg and Pamela Sandberg’s daughter, Lacy Burdick. Their wide range of music includes southern gospel, contemporary and original classical inspiration. Through their unique and intricate harmonies, the gospel and message of God’s last call for His final harvest has been their focus, that the Glory of the Lord will be seen by the entire world and manifested through His Church.


Saturday, July 29, 2023 – THE KING’S BRASS   

Due to an overwhelming response last year, The King’s Brass is returning for a second year in a row. The group comes from around the United States and provides innovative worship for young and old alike through the “best in sacred brass music.” For forty years, The King’s Brass has blessed audiences with trumpets, trombones, keyboards, a tuba and percussion. They play a wide variety of music, from hymn classics to jazz spirituals to patriotic marches.

Saturday, August 12, 2023 – GARY AND MARTHA MATTHEWS    

Gary and Martha are committed to use their God-given gifts for His glory and to lead everyone they serve in worship. They have five grown children and live in Holland, Michigan. They play classical, jazz, and arrangements of the great well-known hymns, arranged for the gifts Gary and Martha bring. Gary plays piano and trumpets and sings, while Martha plays a variety of flutes, penny whistles (Celtic Irish sound), piano, and handbells. You won’t want to miss the unique variety of musical styles produced by all those instruments in different combinations!

Monday, August 14, 2023 – THE 3 HEATH BROTHERS

The 3 Heath Brothers come from North Carolina to bring the Gospel through music. They share tight harmony, powerful vocals, and acapella arrangements. Last Christmas they shared passion and great joy at the Conference Grounds and we are thrilled to welcome them back for this special Monday night concert.

Saturday, August 19, 2023 – HOPE HERALDS   


The Hope Heralds men’s chorus includes men from high school age and up! They see the covenant blessings of God in the line of generations as there are many participants who are sons, fathers, and even grandfathers of the same families. The mission of the chorus is to share the love and grace of God through song. In addition to singing at retirement manors, the Hope Heralds sing each year in Kalamazoo and Indiana. Their director is Dan VanDyke, and Karen Daling is their accompanist.

Saturday, August 26, 2023 – MARK TRAMMELL QUARTET   


For over forty years Mark Trammell has been blessed to sing Gospel Music. Something he says, “evolved from a dream to a life’s call; from just singing to ministry.” Many longtime observers and followers of Gospel Music consider him to be one of the greatest baritone singers of all time. He has won multiple awards as a singer, producer, and has been a member of four of Gospel Music’s most acclaimed groups – The Kingsmen, The Cathedrals, Greater Vision and Gold City. Mark Trammell is joined by three of the brightest young vocalists on the Gospel Music horizon: Dustin Black, Nick Trammell, and Pat Barker.

Monday, September 4, 2023 – TRAVELOGUE  

Saturday, September 16, 2023 – BURGESS BROTHERS 


Six brothers (Carl, Paul, Dave, [Oz] Mark, Mike and Tim) and one sister (Lori) began singing together in 2003 following the death of their dad, Ernest Burgess. At the urging of their sister Lori, the brothers produced a CD as a Mother’s Day tribute. Others got wind of this tribute, asked them to sing elsewhere and they have been singing since, producing four more CDs since 2003. The Burgess Brothers sing songs they enjoy – southern gospel, country gospel, contemporary and traditional. Their intent is to serve their God and to honor Him first and foremost.

Saturday, September 30, 2023 – KING’S CHORALIERS 


The King’s Choraliers of Grand Rapids, Michigan, a male chorus comprised of men with diverse occupations, has roots dating back to 1950. The Choraliers are under the direction of Ronald Rogers. Enhancing the group’s commitment to vocal excellence is accompanist Todd Wilkie. The Choraliers, united by a common desire to share their love for Jesus Christ through song, have traveled across North America. Their repertoire of spirituals, anthems, and hymns sung in a variety of styles range from classical to contemporary. “O Worship the King” has served as their theme song for 50 years.

Friday and Saturday December 8-9, 2023 – CHRISTMAS CONCERTS WITH TIMOTHY AND HOSANNA NOBLE  Reservations required.  Call the office (616-842-4478) to make reservations.  $20 per person.  Punch is at 5:15 and dinner will be served at 5:30.  Concert will follow.

The singing pianist and violinist duo proclaim the gospel, encourage and uplift Christians, and ultimately bring honor and glory to our great God. Timothy began to exhibit his God-given musical talent at the age of three by playing on the piano the hymns he heard in church. From that young age, it has been Timothy’s desire to honor God with his music which is expressed by his love for sacred music and the great hymns of the church. He has a tremendous God-given talent on the piano and singing ability. Hosanna’s love for music became apparent when her mother began giving her music lessons at the age of five. She was soon drawn to the violin and has been playing it ever since. God has obviously brought this couple together and they are now traveling full-time, along with other family members, doing concerts for churches, organizations and other special events.