Zion’s Joy is comprised of eleven melodious voices whose mission is to sing and testify of God’s goodness, mercy and salvation to all. Their purpose and ministry is to lift the name of Jesus higher, letting all who hear, know of his soon return. The theme of Zion’s Joy is taken from Isaiah 51:3 where it concludes that in Zion “joy and gladness will be found in it, thanksgiving and the voice of melody”.
The line-up of Zion’s Joy includes sopranos Beth Sinclair, Madison DaBreo, Lyn MacDonald-Sigman, and Maniqua Abbett. Altos are Kimberly Kent, Cartala Mcgill-Stout, and Sharon Rimmer. Tenors include Rickey Smiley, Dan Sinclair and Richard O. Jackson with Freddie Bolden and Robert W. Stevenson singing baritone and bass.
Zion’s Joy was founded by Robert W. Stevenson in 2008 (initially named Zion’s Voice) and was featured on the song “Praise Him in the Dance” from Richard O. Jackson’s debut CD release, He Who’s Invisible. Zion’s Joy has taken their ministry to numerous churches and venues across Indiana as well as other cities throughout the United States.
With a blend of tight, rich harmonies, and powerful lead vocals, Zion’s Joy delivers a unique brand of old and new school gospel / contemporary Christian music. Indiana Gospel Music Association president Ken Gates describes their live ministry performance as “electric, moving, and a must see.”
The members of Zion’s Joy are active in their churches and have answered the call to go spread the Word of God to the masses. They long to encourage and see everyone give his/her heart to Christ. With the release of their debut CD, “Knocking On Your Heart,” every listener will hear the heart beat of praise, worship, salvation, and celebration.
If you listen closely, you’ll hear Heaven’s voice through Zion’s Joy!