Lincoln University Concert Choir to participate in Parkesburg Church Black History Month events

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LINCOLN UNIVERSITY, Pa. – The Lincoln University Concert Choir will participate in Gateway "GTWY" Church’s Black History Month celebration that highlights their 2021 theme, "The Black Family: Representation, Identity, and Diversity."

“At GTWY, we care about the unity and diversity that exists in our community and seek to honor one another out of reverence for Christ, this is a part of our reasoning to invite the Lincoln University’s Concert Choir,” said Susan Pacella, get involved coordinator, GTWY Church.  

GTWY Church will celebrate Black History Month with multiple events throughout February. The events range from moderated online panel discussions to in-person programs.

Dr. Camilla Horne, director of choral activities, said, "on behalf of the members of the Lincoln University Concert Choir, I want to thank the members of Parkesburg Gateway Church for allowing us to participate in their exciting Black History Month events. Although we cannot participate in person, know that we are truly there in spirit and song." 


  • Friday, February 19 from 7 - 8:30 pm - Living in Color: Celebrating Strong Family Ties (online moderated discussion*)
  • Friday, February 26th from 7 - 8:30 - The Color of Compromise (in-person "watch party" event & discussion)
  • Sunday, February 28th from 4 - 6 pm - Celebrating in Color: African-American Heroes (in-person event)

For more information and to RSVP, please visit



Additional Concert Choir Engagements: 

The Lincoln University Concert Choir will participate in a virtual Black History Month concert with VOX Philia and Berks Sinfonietta

2/27 (7:30p) & 2/28 (4p) : |


Lincoln University, the nation’s first degree-granting Historically Black College and University (HBCU), educates and empowers students to lead their communities and change the world. Lincoln offers a rigorous liberal arts education to a diverse student body of approximately 2,200 men and women in more than 35 undergraduate and graduate programs.