Continue the Tradition of Spirit and Song: Support VOIS Choir
Emory University Voices of Inner Strength Gospel Choir
A sense of belonging isn't always immediate for new college students, and for many students at Emory for more than a generation, it has come through the Voices of Inner Strength (VOIS) Gospel Choir within the Emory Office of Spiritual and Religious Life (OSRL).
The choir began with a concert on April 21, 1985 that included a homily by Civil Rights leader The Rev. C.T. Vivian and it has continued to offer empowerment, encouragement, support, and a home-space for Emory students and audiences ever since.
VOIS sings at the Beloved Community worship service once each month, performs a campus concert each semester, and sings at university events such as Baccalaureate. In addition, VOIS’ activities have included spring break service trips, singing at churches around Atlanta, and performing acts of service locally.
To learn more about VOIS, please visit the VOIS page.
Why Your Support Matters
We welcome your generous contributions to the Voices Choir Fund, established to continue the tradition of musical leadership, spiritual community, and student solidarity represented by VOIS. Your gifts help continue this tradition of spirit and song to bless Emory and all those who are served by this choir, ensuring that it continues into the future.
Choose a giving level
A gift of $15 can assist with the purchase of sheet music