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October 18, 2007

Albany -- The Albany Civic Center was filled with heavenly voices Thursday evening.

200 music directors from churches all across Georgia joined together for a unique missionary project.

They use their musical talent to spread the gospel. This is the first time the Jubal Chorus has performed here in Albany.

"We expected a big turn out from churches all over South Georgia. I have personally met people from Valdosta, Colquitt, Donalsonville, and as far away as Sylacauga, Alabama. So their from all over," said First Baptist Church member, Keith Land. 

The performance was sponsored by Albany's First Baptist Church.

Their music minister Jimmy Nettles hosted the performance and is the only local singer in the choir.

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