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People's Temple Choir

People's Temple Choir

People's Temple Choir


Peoples Temple was an organization founded in 1955 by Jim Jones that, by the mid-1970s, constituted over a dozen locations in California including its headquarters in San Francisco. It is best known for causing the deaths of 918 people on November 18, 1978 in Guyana, at the Peoples Temple Agricultural Project (informally called "Jonestown"), a nearby airstrip at Port Kaituma, and Georgetown. In 1973, still in California, the People's Temple Choir recorded a gospel LP called "He's Able". Read more on Last.fm
Peoples Temple was an organization founded in 1955 by Jim Jones that, by the mid-1970s, constituted over a dozen locations in California including its headquarters in San Francisco. It is best known for causing the deaths of 918 people on November 18, 1978 in Guyana, at the Peoples Temple Agricultural Project (informally called "Jonestown"), a nearby airstrip at Port Kaituma, and Georgetown. In 1973, still in California, the People's Temple Choir recorded a gospel LP called "He's Able". "Our choir consists of people from all walks of life. We are dedicated to one common cause – making the humanistic teachings of Jesus Christ part of our daily lives. Our inspiration is a lifestyle demonstrated by our pastor, James W.

Jones. Join us as we sing, in the joyous Gospel style, to the Glory of God Made Real. He has touched us in numerous ways, and we can truly say 'He’s able!'" Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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