36 Voices Create Stunning Virtual Rendition Of 'Down To The River To Pray'

In 2017, Tiffany Goodrick, a worship pastor at Wave Church SD in San Diego, California formed a virtual choir by gathering her friends from all over the country to sing Down to the River to Pray.

The video has resurfaced recently in light of the rising popularity of virtual choirs worldwide.

Since the dawn of the internet, many people from around the world have been able to come together and carry out many activities together. From learning new languages to making a pen pal from across the globe, the internet is full of endless possibilities. Some people have even taken to virtual concerts that are free for their fans to watch.

This choir of thirty-six gifted artists was early on the trend. The choir's rendition of Down to the River to Pray in 2017 is leaving many with dropping jaws.

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All members of the choir sang their part from the comfort and safety of their home. Because of modern technology, the piece was then put together as one masterpiece. Many are wanting to sing along to the choir's beautiful hymn.

Many are counting on this song, and others like it right now. Philippians 4:6 states:

"Do not be anxious about anything, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving, let your requests be made known to God."

We enjoyed watching the below video of the final cut. The performance is both uplifting and riveting to hear. To think that all members of the choir sang their part from the comfort and safety of their home and then pieced it together is fantastic. The members of this choir deserve an award and recognition of some sort.

We hope you enjoy the video as much as we did. If so, please pass along to your family, friends, and fans. They are sure to enjoy the song and become uplifted by it as well.