Last year, Pastor Patrick George appeared on ITV 1’s Britain’s Got Talent, alongside gospel singers, Incognito, who made it through to the heats after getting four Yeses from the judges.
A year later, this talented pastor and choir director is busy making preparations for a different kind of appearance: the inaugural concert of the new choir he’s founded – the UP (United Praise) Mass Choir.
The concert takes place on June 7 at the Beulah Apostolic Church, Dale Road, Luton, LU1 1LJ. And the Choir, which has 50 singers, will get vocal support from three gospel heavyweights: Hildia Campbell, Marcia Walder Thomas and Jennifer Phillips.
Within his hometown of Luton, Pastor Patrick is well known for the many hats he wears, serving as pastor, preacher, mentor, singer/songwriter and choir director – to name a few. He also co-pastors Breath of Life Ministries (BOLM), alongside his wife of 21 years, Sandra George.
His formation of UP Mass Choir is the fulfilment of a God-given dream, to form a choir comprised of singers from different churches as a show of unity. And he sounds like he’s well on the road to fulfilling God’s vision.