Crimson Stream of Mon Valley (Pennsylvania)

Crimson Stream
Crimson Stream

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But if we walk in the light, as he is in the light, we have fellowship one with another, and the blood of Jesus Christ his Son cleanseth us from all sin. 1 John 1:7

Crimson Stream hails from the Mon Valley area in Pennsylvania. They know that we have a magnificent heavenly Father who sent His one and only son to die for you and me. Crimson Stream has made a commitment to share this gospel and serve our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ

Starting with our baritone is Alan Smith. Alan hails from Rices Landing, PA.  Bill Smith, who is an ordained assistant pastor at his church, sings the tenor and manages the bookings. Bill hails from Donora, PA.  He formerly sang with Three Rivers Gospel for four years. Singing the lead and also ministering through preaching is Sonny Workman.  Sonny hails from Nemacolin, PA.  Singing the Bass is is the oldest member and brother, Bob Smith. Bob hails from Eighty-four, PA.  You will see him behind our product table.  He keeps everything running smooth back there.  And lastly, back with us is Rev. Jason Woods.  Jason runs our sound and fills in where needed.  He has actually at one time or another sung all parts in the group.

You will find that Crimson Stream is not in the entertaining business, but the Soul Winning business.  They sing and give praises to the Lord and to minister to each heart and life.  Crimson Stream has ministered in PA, OH & WV. Currently, we are being heard on the radio in KY, TX, AR, and WV. Plus they can be heard all over the world thanks to various internet stations.

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