Voices of Destiny wins the title of “The Best Church Choir in America”

The 2010 season of Verizon’s How Sweet the Sound came to an end on Saturday and Los Angeles’ Voices of Destiny were named the winners. This choir is from Greater Zion Church Family in Compton, CA.

Voices of Destiny delivered a performance of Kurt Carr’s “My Time for God’s Favor” that allowed them to take home the top honors and the $25,000 prize. In addition to the cash prize, the choir has also earned the opportunity to perform at the Stellar Awards and Super Bowl Gospel Celebration in 2010.

A few other choirs were also able to take home prizes. The GFC Chorale of Greater First Church in East Chicago, IN, was named runner-up and received a cash prize of $15,000. They performed Reginald Herber and John Dykes’s “Holy Holy Holy.” Washington D.C.’s Greater Mount Calvary Might Men of Valor captured the “National ┬áPeople’s Choice Award”. ┬áThis all-male choir performed Milton Brunson’s “Available to You” and took home $5,000.

You can see various videos from the entire competition by going to www.howsweetthesound.com.

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  • Sheila Scott

    My Brother is a part of the Voices of Destiny choir they all have annoited voices they are a great influence its something that should happen more. Congratulations V.O.D. you are all wonderful.
    – 10 year old Sheila Scott. :)

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