Rockland Congregational Church presents the Skyline Boys, a Southern Gospel quartet, in the sanctuary at 180 Limerock Street at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 25.

An overnight success are words often used about the Skyline Boys, a sincere, dedicated, ministry-based group from Northern Virginia. Their big sound and easy humor seem effortless, but their music and ministry are steeped in years of hard work and dedication to the calling of God.

The Skyline Boys were unleashed in 1995 at the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, at the beginning of the famous Skyline Drive, when founder and manager Dennis Powers felt a calling to organize a group that would present the message of God’s love through southern gospel music.

The Skyline Boys have appeared all over the country and have made a name on television and radio. Though the members have changed the message has stayed the same. The priority has always been to bring the plan of salvation to the lost and to uplift fellow Christians. They count the many who have given their lives to Christ through their ministry as the greatest blessing of all.

Dennis Powers, Bobby Nitz, Jodi Hosteman and Rob Nykamp have an energetic stage presence and unique sound. Their concerts are filled with laughter as the guys prepare the crowd for the message of Christ’s love, and their performances attract concert-goers of every age. A freewill donation of $8 is suggested.