Chapel PM Concerts
June 2 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
An event every week that begins at 6:00 pm on Sunday, happening 16 times
One event on July 20, 2024 at 6:00 pm
Chapel Gate Opens to the public at 5:00 PM
May 26: Scotty Inman
Music runs through Scotty Inman’s veins. A second-generation vocalist, Scotty’s music career has taken him around the world and allowed him to share the message of Christ on stages that many only dream of reaching. With messages of faith, family, and life woven deep within his lyrics, the 4-time BMI awarded singer/songwriter is breaking the mold and forging a path all his own.
June 2: TBD
June 9: The Helmsmen
In 1969, God brought together three young students at Olivet Nazarene College in Bourbonnais, Illinois to form the Helmsmen. From that point on and in the 1970’s and 1980’s, God used The Helmsmen to minister to thousands of people, through hundreds of church services and concerts. Over the years, The Helmsmen have recorded 16 albums and still, after a ten-year hiatus and some personnel changes, they offer programs that use a variety of musical styles ranging from old-time hymns to lively Southern Gospel songs.
June 16: HighRoad
These talented gals have been coming to Sandy Pines on a regular basis for the last 10 years. With a fanbase easily canvassing an array of genres—from country to bluegrass, to Gospel, to contemporary Christian—the ladies of HighRoad will deliver a program you don’t want to miss.
June 23: Tribute Quartet
Since 2006, multi award-winning and multi Dove Award-nominated recording artist Tribute Quartet has become one of the country’s most dynamic, beloved and sought after male quartets in all of gospel music. Gary Casto, Josh Singletary, Gus Gaches and Ian Owens have proven to possess a combination of musical talent, warm and engaging personalities, and a focus that has kept them on the path to continued success.
June 30: The Martins
Siblings Joyce, Jonathan and Judy, collectively known as The Martins, have enjoyed countless radio hits and performances at concert halls, arenas, auditoriums and churches worldwide. During the 1990’s, The Martins rose to national and international success, showcasing their stunning and distinctive harmonies before a vast array of audiences. Today their program consists of a combination of Gospel, Contemporary and Acapella music.
July 7: The Chitans
The Chitans are a family in full-time ministry from Toronto, Canada, whose sweet harmony is what you can only get from a family who joins their voices together in praise to the Lord. Expect a night with some Southern Gospel, Contemporary Christian, Black Gospel, Caribbean, and traditional hymns.
July 14: Gordon Mote
Three-time Academy of Country Music Keyboard/Piano Player of the Year, Gordon Mote serves as a true example of God’s faithfulness. “I am living proof of God’s faithfulness and goodness,” Mote shares. Blind from birth, the Alabama native’s earliest recollections center around a love for music. “I was passionate about music,” he states. “My music is so eclectic today because I listened to every album I could find.”
July 20: 3 Heath Brothers
These three young people have emerged on the gospel scene in just the last 4 years and have become fast favorites. They have sung to over 20,000 public school students and have over 100 million views on social media. Expect a night with lots of youthful energy! Notice: This is a Saturday evening concert!
July 21: David Pendelton
Ever since he was six years old, David Pendleton has had a passion for ventriloquism and performing. Today he is a seasoned professional, an in-demand comedian, and an expert ventriloquist whose unique brand of humor has won audiences over throughout the world.
July 28: The Erwins
The Erwins started singing as soon as they were each able to talk. Appearing at over 270 dates a year with their father, who has been in full-time evangelism for nearly 50 years, they have been traveling full-time their entire life singing in concerts, revivals, and conferences all across the country.
August 4: Tim Zimmerman and the King’s Brass
Tim Zimmerman and the King’s Brass provide innovative worship for young and old alike through the “best in sacred brass music.” The King’s Brass have performed over one hundred concerts each season with three trumpets, three trombones, a tuba, keyboards, and percussion.
August 11: Ernie Haase and Signature Sound
From its formation in 2003, Ernie Haase has built Signature Sound into one of the most popular and beloved quartets in all of Southern Gospel music. The group has traveled all over the world, offering energy, excitement and encouragement through its powerful brand of gospel music. Ernie himself has been coming to Sandy Pines on a somewhat regular basis for 25 years.
August 18: Triumphant Quartet
This group was formed in 2003 to sing at the Louise Mandrell Theatre in Pigeon Forge, TN. In 2008 they took their songs on the road and have been coming to Sandy Pines ever since. They were voted Favorite Southern Gospel Artist in 2018, 2019, 2020, and 2022.
August 25: Keepers of the Faith
Keepers of the Faith is probably the most diverse Southern Gospel Quartet you’ll ever meet. That diversity is very evident in their unique style. Keepers of the Faith bring the deep south island flavor, a taste of oldie but goody, and the souls of saved men and women to the genre of Southern Gospel Quartet Music.
September 1: The Guardians
John Darin Rowsey, Pat Barker, Scott Mullins, and Paul Lancaster, collectively known as The Guardians, are a southern gospel quartet with a unique sound, tight harmony, and a passion for sharing the gospel through their music. With three Dove Award nominations, multiple #1 songs, and Fan Awards, the Lord has blessed The Guardians with an incredible journey.