Freddy Lalchan and Tonya Julien will receive awards
On November 9, one of Jamaica’s hottest reggae artists will be in Montreal for House of Prayer for All Nation’s annual Banquet.
Jabez, born and raised in Linstead, St-Catherine, Jamaica began singing at 10 years old but the doors started opening for him after a school performance at the age of 12 performing “I’m all out of love” originally sung by air supply. He has been singing ever since and chose to continue his singing career for Jesus.
His songs and music videos are always telling stories about everyday life situations and how God is present and available in each one. Whether smooth and melodic or zealous and rhythmic everyone can find something to enjoy in his music.
Music lovers in Montreal should get ready to party with an entertainer who brings to the stage an ‘Holy Fire’ vibrations.
He performs, not only to entertain but to minister the joy and the freedom the Lord gives.
If that is not reason enough to come out, organizers will also be honouring two members of the community for their involvement, dedication and service that has benefited so many over the years.
This year, Wilfred Lalchan better known as (uncle Freddy) will be the recipient of the fourth HOPFAN COMMUNITY IMPACT award for his generous support and benevolence to the Montreal community regularly surpassing civilian norms through numerous acts of kindness.
And Tonya Julien will be the recipient of the fourth HOPFAN Community EXCELLENCE Award for her commitment and devotion to the church and the people of Montreal through the many diverse initiatives she has bringing to the city.
As in previous years, the menu does not disappoint with tables spread of delightful Caribbean cuisine for your pleasure and enjoyment. Come with family and friends to dine, celebrate and support.
Tickets are $70 for adults (18+) and $35 for youth (13-17)($80 special price for 1 child(6-12) accompanied by 1 adult.)
For more information call 514-341-4901 | 514-743-2490 or visit www.hopfanqc.ca