UPDATED: Recently Viewed: Homeless, Not Voiceless (Dallas Street Choir)

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Dallas Street Choir rehearsal April 20, 2016

Time for an uplifting moment.

The Dallas Street Choir is a ministry in by the North Texas Conference area and directed by Dr. Jonathan Palant who is also the Director of Music at Kessler Park UMC in Dallas, Texas.

Bishop Mike McKee says “Jonathan Palant is one of a kind! He started the Dallas Street Choir (Homeless,Not Voiceless) as a unique ministry with homeless persons in Dallas. Watch the video and share. I am grateful for Jonathan who sees the worth in every human being.”


UPDATE: Dallas Street Choir Looking For One Million Video “Likes”

DALLAS (KRLD RADIO) – The Dallas Street Choir has launched its first music video, called “Homeless, Not Voiceless: The Climb.”

Choir music director and founder Jonathan Palant says the pop tune, which was originally recorded by Miley Cyrus, takes on new resonance and meaning in the voices of people who have been living on the streets of Dallas.

“It’s been a cool thing to look at songs through a new lens, seen thorough the eyes of homelessness and the extremeley disadvantaged,” he said.

Members of the choir are hoping the video goes viral and gets a million views or “likes.”


Find out more at: Dallas Street Choir


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