John Fox

Director of church MUSIC

 

At an early age God presented to the world John A. Foxx, Playing the piano, the organ and directing choirs in Beaver dam, VA for local churches.  During this time, he ministered with several community choirs in the area.  By the age of 17, his ministry spread to the cities of Richmond, VA and Washington, DC.

 

In 1989, a tragic car accident left him with many injuries, some of them permanent. This was the preparation for his next level in ministry.  He traveled with Sam Lewis & The Mission Community Choir for 15 years and recorded and produced the cd entitled " God Will Make It Alright " in 1995.  From this CD God began to open many doors.  In 1996 he formed the ministry, John Foxx & New Fellowship and in the same year recorded the hit single that shook gospel music industry, “You Can't Tell It ". This aggregation of young people traveled extensively throughout the entire east coast.

 

In 1998 he wrote and produced The Deliverance Ensemble of Durham, NC. This Project entitled ‘‘He Brought Me Out’’ featured such hits as ‘‘He's There For me’’, and ‘‘I Have Decided to Follow Jesus’’ featuring the lead soloist Blanche McAllister.  Through the years , he has worked with, and shared stages with and played for such Gospel Greats as  Donald Vails, Rev Ernest Davis Jr, and the Wilmington Chester Mass Choir, John P. Kee, Karen Clark Sheard, Daryl Coley, Vanessa Bell- Armstrong, James Hall, Rev. Milton Brunson, Lecresia Campbell, VaShawn Mitchell, Tye Tribett, Jonathan Nelson, Bishop John Francis of London England, Prophet Todd Hall, Evangelist Tiny Lucas, Pastor Kim Burrell, Michelle Prather and many others . He has also traveled extensively throughout the United States and abroad to include Italy, Switzerland, Rome, and Mexico .

 

 

Now John Foxx is currently serving as the Minister of Music, here at Cedar Street Baptist Church of God under the leadership of Dr. Anthony Michael Chandler Sr., Pastor.  Great Things are sure to come from music ministry of the Cedar Street Baptist Church.