OUR HISTORY

LONGIVITY    -     LENGENDARY    -     LOYALTY

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This interdenominational choir featuring approximately 50 voices was organized in 1956 in Washington, D.C. Under the Christian leadership and spiritual direction of its founder, Dr. Kirdell S. Minor, the Jubilee Majestic Concert Choir began with a group of young people who loved to sing and wanted to spread their music ministry outside the walls of the church community. The choir has continued to spread the greatest treasure -- the Gospel of Jesus Christ and attributes their longevity to their love for God and the inspiration they give and receive through their ministry in song. It is through their ministry of musical praise that they seek to bring souls to Christ.

God has blessed the Majestics to share their music ministry with a multitude of churches, schools, hospitals, nursing homes, prisons, television and radio stations, private concerts, and federal and District government agencies throughout the Washington metropolitan area. The Majestics have also traveled extensively throughout the United States as well as abroad in the Bahamas, Naples and Rome.

The Majestics have also have the privilege to participate in special ceremonies such as the annual Interfaith Conference of Metropolitan Washington, Black History Month programs, Broadway musicals, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Holiday Festival, Democratic campaign rallies, the opening of the first Washington Convention Center, and were the first gospel choir to perform at the National Education Association’s annual convention. In April 2013, the choir performed in two stages plays in Washington, DC; Love & Lies and The Christians.

In honor of the choir's distinguished talents and services to the community, the Majestics have received numerous honors, awards, keys to several cities, and commendations for musical excellence, spiritual devotion, and community services.

The Majestics are truly a loving, caring and sharing family who enjoy singing together and lifting the name of Jesus in song. The choir is a 501c(3) non-profit organization and does not sing to benefit monetarily, but to grow and benefit spiritually. Through the choir’s non-profit status, the established the “Majestics Care” program in 1989 to provide spiritual enlightenment and financial aid to the elderly, needy children, and the sick and the shut-in.

We are truly a loving, caring and sharing family who enjoy singing together and lifting the name of Jesus in song. The choir is a 501c(3) non-profit organization and does not sing to benefit monetarily, but to grow and benefit spiritually. Through the choir’s non-profit status, the established the “Majestics Care” program in 1989 to provide spiritual enlightenment and financial aid to the elderly, needy children, and the sick and the shut-in.

Called to serve the least, the lost and the less fortunate the Majestics provide financial aid through the donation of needed supplies and goods to the elderly, families and children. The choir continues to serve with outreach ministry and resources for Thanksgiving feeding programs and Christmas for gifts programs, the local Toys for Tots drives, the Wounded Warriors project, regional clothing and goods campaigns, and senior care services at area Senior Citizens communities.

As a non-profit, we continue to partner with other help groups such as Bethesda Cares, Toys-for-Tots and the Central Union Mission of DC. If you feel lead to support this giving ministry, your donations, of any amount, is greatly appreciated, much needed and donations are tax-deductible. Visit our Donations page for ways to give.