Due to COVID-19, Charles Moorer & The Faithful Few are taking a break from live performances. However, we will post interviews, TV appearances, and digital events here in the future.

Because they make music as part of their ministry, Charles Moorer & The Faithful Few aren’t like gospel ensembles that perform for profit at festivals and typical concert venues. Their schedule is based on the needs presented to them at any given time, incorporating the logistics of time and distance when there is travel involved. Performing regionally throughout Indiana and Ohio and also everywhere from Atlanta to towns in Mississippi, they have done benefit concerts to bless the battered at women’s shelters, sickle cell patients, inmates from Marion County Jail II, senior citizens (via the organization God’s Vision) and people with special needs in the community. They have performed for a children’s scholarship fund in Ohio to help kids raise money for an educational trip to Washington, DC and ministered onstage alongside BET’s Sunday’s Best contestant Chase Stancle at Indiana Wesleyan University. In the mid-2000’s, the group performed when Divine Direction hosted a Haiti Relief Service to raise funds in the wake of the devastating earthquake in that country. “We’re not in this for money or fame,” says Pastor Chuck. “We are all working stiffs with businesses outside the church. We make music to spread the gospel and help people in need.”

Over the past few years, other notable performances include Bobby Jones Gospel Television; Dorinda Clark Cole (TCT Network); Atlanta Live Television Channel 57 with James and Dr. Regina Howard; North Carolina Gospel Guild; Chicago Gospel Guild; Steller Award pre show performance; A Night of Comedy/Def Jam Comedy Allstar – Terre Haute, IN (opened for Lester Barrie); Douglas Miller (My Soul’s Been Anchored Concert); Indiana Wish Foundation/Butler University Campus-Concert; and the Indiana Black Expo: Spin Statz BET Concert series event in Indianapolis.