via News5:

There’s a group of Medina County singers you’ve never heard of, and odds are you’ll never see them perform in person, but the choir is gaining attention and changing lives – especially their own.

“It takes us out of ourselves for a few minutes and it lifts our hearts,” said Sue Jarvis, the Medina County Jail chaplain.

The MCJ (Medina County Jail) New Day Choir began forming last December after eight female inmates were videotaped performing Christmas songs.

Jail officials decided to grow the group into an all female choir in an effort to build their self esteem and faith.

Robes were donated to the choir and the program is run at no cost to the county.

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