Christine D. M. Wollmann
Christine was born in London, England to West Indian parents and immigrated to Canada at a young age. She began public singing at the age of six. In her early teens, she studied vocalization up to a grade 8 standard through the Royal Conservatory of Music, (University of Toronto). She sang in all her school choirs including the Mennonite Brethren Bible College Choir.
While traveling the Caribbean, Canada and the United States with one of the top brass bands in the Caribbean, Christine had the opportunity to perform in a vast variety of settings, i.e., political events, concerts, radio, and television performances. Now a Christian, Christine continues her travels to perform concerts, Church/Evangelistic events (i.e., Voice of Prophecy, It Is Written crusades, etc.), Christian women's meetings, weddings, graduations, etc. Christine sang at the 1999 Pan Am Games celebrations and for the internationally known "It Is Written" Telecast, and in July 2000 she performed in Toronto's Sky dome and convention center for the world General Conference Session of Seventh-day Adventists. This session encompassed a Church gathering of 65,000+ Christians from around the world.
In November 1999, Christine released her first solo recording, titled For His Glory. For six consecutive years, she has enjoyed serving her home Church as minister of music. Christine sings professionally, works as a part-time registered nurse, is married and has a four-year-old daughter.
Sharing the love of Jesus Christ through song is Christine's joy. This she exhibits through a unique expressive style of her own. Having a deep desire to spread His gospel to the world, Christine aims to reach all people in every culture through the ministry of music.