The Alpha Center brings their Legacy Dinner to the Convention Center April 28 from 6:15 pm - 9:15 pm.
Free to attend, but registration is required. Register here.
Alpha Center is commemorating 33 years of serving the Sioux Falls community with a Legacy Dinner. Over 1000 people are expected to attend and there will be an opportunity to make a financial faith investment in the ministry. Dinner is complimentary and because seating is limited, registration is required. Adults only, please.
Welcome Reception Entertainment:
It's truly a family affair when The Browns hit the stage with their gospel music. The musical styling of Shelly, Michaela, Adam and Andrew exude excitement on the stage and offer a life-changing experience to all who hear them. The Browns deliver the powerful message of the gospel through word and song that engage audiences of all ages. The Browns have been touring across the US since the group began its full-time ministry thirteen years ago.
Master of Ceremonies: John Small
John Small will serve as the emcee for the evening. John is a middle child in a family of six kids and was born in Huron, SD. He was a bit of a class clown and used this humor to get a job at a local radio station. After graduating, John worked full-time as a broadcaster. In 2010, he and his wife, Heidi, started their own 80’s music radio station in Sioux Falls. In 2015 they added another station in Dakota Dunes. The Smalls do the morning show for their two stations as well as dozens of other stations across the country. They always have something amusing to say about their two children and dogs and they share many fun stories about life.
Dinner & Program Entertainment: Master's Voice Quartet
As their name implies, Master's Voice Quartet strives to be a voice for the Master in spreading the Good News of Jesus Christ through song. Each member of Master's Voice is committed to the Lord's ministry, but holds a full-time job as well. Tenor Darrell Schmith is an Executive VP & CFO for First Premier Bank in Sioux Falls. Lead singer Joel Juillard is a supervisor at John Morrell Company in Sioux Falls. Phil Jensen sings baritone and is a manager at Cenex Harvest States in Brandon. Bass singer Tom Sperling runs the family farm near Canistota, SD.
Featured Speaker: Dr. Anthony Levatino
Dr. Anthony Levatino will be the featured speaker for the evening. Dr. Levatino, a former abortion provider, will share his unique, personal perspective as to why a physician who has been trained to give life would also take it away. Prior to his involvement in the pro-life movement, Dr. Levatino performed both first and second trimester abortions as part of his OB/GYN practice in upstate New York. From selfish motives to true understanding, his story has both educated and motivated audiences worldwide as he discusses what it was like to perform abortions and the toll it took on his family.