Freash on the heels of their thrice Stellar Award nominated album, THE ENON EXPERIENCE, Reverend Dr. Alyn E. Waller, senior Pastor of Enon Tabernacle Baptist Church, has introduced their young adult choir Fresh Anointing.
Fresh Anointing released their debut single “Holy, Holy” in March. The single landed on the Billboard Hot Single Sales chart at #3. The group have just released a new radio single “Oh, How I Love Jesus,” featuring multi award-winning artist John P. Kee and Fresh Anointing member Elizabeth Holder. Producer Garland “Miche” Waller arranged the beloved hymn with a contemporary twist while keeping the classic and familiar creative integrity on the song. “Oh, How I Love Jesus” will be available on all digital music outlets October 20.
Fresh Anointing was created 2011 after a few Enon members gathered for an evening of fellowship over dinner. Those few voices multiplied into many and the group is working on their album under the helm of the church label Enon Music Group.
“Fresh Anointing is a millennial group bringing millennials back to church,” states Reverend Dr. Waller. “Enon Tabernacle Baptist Church is a place where people encounter God, and this new single is an extension of our mission and ministry to expose the church and lead the people to Christ.”
Fresh Anointing emanates dynamic worship and leave no one unmoved with songs like “Oh, How I Love Jesus” and “Holy, Holy.” Both introductory singles offer a taste of what is to be expected from the millennial project and provides the group with an extraordinary opportunity to convey their spiritual experiences via the artistic expression of music.
Listen to “Oh, How I Love Jesus”
Under the leadership of its current Senior Pastor, Reverend Dr. Alyn E. Waller, Enon Tabernacle Baptist Church is a faith community of over 15,000 members committed to using their collective resources to strengthen families and communities. In 1876, Enon was the first African-American Baptist church in the Germantown section of Philadelphia. Today, Enon’s impact is felt beyond the walls of its physical structures, spilling into the local community, throughout the city of Philadelphia, and reaching across the globe to Africa.