Patrick Lundy & The Ministers of Music – Georgia Connection In the fall of 2013, Patrick Lundy, a native of Thomasville, Georgia, returned to his home with a vision and determination to launch Patrick Lundy & The Ministers of Music – Georgia Connection – as an extension of the choir he had founded in the Washington-Metropolitan area almost twenty years earlier. Similar to its sister choir, PL&MOM-GA Connection consists of some of the most outstanding vocalists and musicians in its area,. PL&MOM-GA Connection members hail from Thomas, Dougherty, Grady, Mitchell, Baker and Decatur counties.
PL&MOM-GA Connection’s debut concert occurred on Saturday, February 22, 2014, at Disciples of Jesus Ministries in Thomasville, GA. Those in the extraordinary crowd that attended knew they were about to witness the same excellence in ministry Patrick Lundy is known to extract from vocalists throughout the country – and they were not disappointed. Other highlights of PL&MOM-GA’s existence include joining PL&MOM-DC’s “live” recording of “Majesty” at The Historic Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta on March 29, 2014, and ministering with Kathy Taylor and Evangelist Dorothy Norwood at the Gospel Announcer’s Guild Showcase during the 47th Annual Convention of the Gospel Music Workshop of America in July 2014, also in Atlanta.
PFounder-Director Lundy’s music ministry began at the tender age of six (6), under the tutelage of Ms. Carolyn Henry, Minister of Music at the First Missionary Baptist Church in Thomasville, who also assists him in the direction of PL&MOM-GA connection. While he was a student in the Thomasville City Public School System, Patrick was a lead singer with the Thomasville Music and Drama Troupe led by then Artistic Director, Fred Allen.
PAfter his 1985 graduation from Thomasville High School, Patrick relocated to Washington, D.C. where he attended Howard University, earning a degree in Music Business with a concentration in Voice. While at Howard University, Patrick assisted the renowned Dr. J. Weldon Norris with the Howard University Choir and served as Assistant Director of the Howard Gospel Choir under the direction of the late Arphelius Paul Gatling, III. Patrick has also served on the musical staff of several churches in the Washington Metropolitan Area, including Mt. Jezreel Baptist and Saint Paul Baptist, He has also served as Minister of Music at the Ebenezer A.M.E. Church in Fort Washington, Maryland. Formerly Music Director of the internationally acclaimed Eastern High School Choir founded by Dr. Joyce Garrett, Patrick annually assists in training and conducting youth and adult choirs for the nationally taped TV specials, “Kennedy Center Honors” and “Christmas in Washington.”
PCurrently, Patrick is the Director of Fine Arts at Reid Temple A.M.E. Church in Glenn Dale, Maryland under Reverend Dr. Lee P. Washington, Senior Pastor.For information and bookings, contact: Ronald Spence, Bus. Mgr. - phone?