Ghana’s number one local language station, Adom 106.3 FM will on Sunday, July 21 hold a mega edition of its much loved Adom Live Worship at the Action Chapel in Adenta.

Sunday’s event will be under the patronage of Bishop James Saah of the Action Chapel Adenta (Wonder Cathedral) and it will see an unprecedented worship session that will seek the face of God.

Adom Live Worship, which airs 2pm to 3pm Monday to Friday, and hosted by Kwamena Idan, is a premium programme which brings worshipers closer to God and also affords listeners a rare opportunity to hear their favourite stars perform live on air.

Some of the country’s leading worship singers have been lined up for Sunday’s event. The impressive list includes, Rev Mary Gansah, Uncle Ato, Joshua Opoku, Nana Ama Banahene, Cece Twum and Francis Amu.

Sunday’s Adom Live Worship, which starts 3pm Sunday, according to Kwamena Idan will be used to prepare the way for the 2013 Adom Praiz Concert which comes off on August 3.

The 2013 Adom Praiz concert, will be held at the 14,000-seater capacity Perez Dome in Accra and will be headlined by Grammy Award winning gospel musician Kirk Franklin.

The award winning concert has over the years hosted some of the world’s biggest names when it comes to gospel music including CeCe Winans and Ron Kenoly and this year’s show would be no exception.

Come August 3, Kirk Franklin will be joined by some of the country’s hottest gospel acts including Cwesi Oteng, Cecelia Marfo, No Tribe and Ohemaa Mercy to give Ghanaians what is projected to be the biggest night in gospel music.