Some of the biggest names in gospel music will be making their way to Milwaukee — all to benefit the Ronald McDonald House. Robert Pyles who owns and operates more than a dozen local McDonald’s locations — and gospel singer Pastor Marlon Lock, join Real Milwaukee with the details.
On Saturday, August 27, McDonald’s “Praise for Peace” Gospel experience will be held at the Marcus Center for the Performing Arts to benefit the Ronald McDonald House. Ronald McDonald House Charities of Eastern Wisconsin, Inc. (RMHC) is dedicated to easing the burden of families whose lives have been disrupted as a result of their child’s illness or injury. Since opening in 1984, we have provided more than a “home away from home” for more than 36,000 families from Wisconsin, all other 49 states and 26 foreign countries.
The concert will feature an evening of Gospel music performed by some of the biggest names in gospel music including Bishop William Murphy, the legendary Shekinah Glory Ministry, Pastor Marlon Lock & Charlin Neal of Israel & New Breed- Just to name a few.
The event will be reasonably priced with a $12 general admission ticket so that all in Milwaukee are welcome to attend. All proceeds from the event will go to the Ronald McDonald House so that no family is ever turned away for their inability to pay.
BISHOP WILLIAM MURPHY AND OTHER GOSPEL ARTIST COME TOGETHER TO BENEFIT THE RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE was originally published on praisecleveland.com