The Rock of Salvation Church will host a concert of Christian music featuring the gospel vocal group Heaven’s Blend on Sunday, Sept. 12 at 10 a.m. at the American Legion Hall in Thomaston.

Heaven’s Blend comprises three ordained ministers.

Tom Rawley has been a senior pastor of the Waldoboro Word of Life Church for 23 years and has been involved with the music industry for much longer. Before coming back to serving God, he was involved in country music with groups such as Crystal Creek and The Country Wranglers who were, for many years, one of the top groups in the area.

Gary Leet, senior pastor of the Lisbon Free Baptist Church, has been involved with music for several years. In his early years, he played drums with rock ‘n’ roll groups. During his ministerial, he had a very well-known solo career. He has been with Heaven’s Blend since its beginning in 2000. Pastor Gary is legally blind, but sees more than most people miss.

William “Tim” Connelly is one of two worship leaders at the Waldoboro Word of Life Church. He joined Heaven’s Blend in 2004. His background in music spans several years as a music director, choir director and song leader. He anchors down the lead vocals for the trio and serves as master of ceremonies.

With their distinctive style of southern gospel and a lot of laughter, Heaven’s Blend will provide a fulfilling and enjoyable day. Refreshments and fellowship will follow. All are welcome. For more information call 596-6510.