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59th Homecoming Celebration


A church member has tested positive for Covid-19 and out of an abundance of caution we will be suspending in person service until November 15

Special performance by the

New Destiny Quartet

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Our bass singer and manager, Tom Durham, has been singing gospel music his entire life. Tom has a smooth, low voice that will surely touch your heart when he sings. In 1991 Tom was one of the founding members of the Highest Honor Quartet. In 1999, after Karl Miller and Doug Ashton joined the group they decided to change the name of the group to the New Destiny Quartet. In addition to singing the bass Tom handles the managerial duties for the group which includes booking and a lot of other “stuff”. When Tom is not singing with NDQ he directs the choir and plays the saxophone in the band at his home church, Great Lakes Christian Church in Warren, Michigan. Tom lives in Washington, Michigan with his wife Laura.


Brian is no stranger to Southern Gospel Music having previously sang with Broken Pieces, The Sammons Family, and The Royalheirs. After first singing the baritone for New Destiny Quartet, from 2011 – 2014, he returned to the group in the fall of 2018 to sing the lead part. Brian has a powerful voice and is an incredibly talented and experienced singer. He has been promoting Gospel Music in the Metro Detroit area for several years, and has worked with artists such as The Booth Brothers, Squire Parsons, Mark Trammell Quartet, Dove Brothers and many others. The Lord has blessed Brian and his wife Crysta with two beautiful daughters, Charlotte and Cecilia. They make their home in Southgate, Michigan.


Jack grew up singing, starting in his teens and has continued into his adult life. He has been traveling for years to different churches, concerts and auditoriums throughout the eastern part of the United States with The Keynotes, Heritage Trio, The Pruitt Family, The Sammons Brothers, Crossing, and The Sammons Family.

He has been privileged to share the stage with groups such as The Imperials, Orrells, Prophets, The Kingsmen, The Cathedrals, The Florida Boys, The Isaacs, the Booth Brothers, and has appeared on the Grand Ole Opry. No matter what experiences may have come his way, he has remained true to his calling. There is no greater joy for him than serving the Lord in song and seeing souls saved through Gospel Music.

Jack and his wife Cecilia have 4 children and are proud grandparents to 9 grandchildren. They make their home in Wyandotte, Michigan.



Joe sings the tenor and is no stranger to Southern Gospel Music, having previously sang with Alliance as well as enjoying a solo ministry.  He brings to the group a beautiful, inspiring, natural tenor voice that we know our fans are going to love. We believe his passion fits perfectly with the mission and message of our group, as well as all of Southern Gospel music. Joe and his wife Dawn make their home in Coldwater, Michigan

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