New York News
Pastor Marvin L. Winans is the founder and pastor of Perfecting Church, one of Detroit, Michigan’s foremost congregations and a growing ministry family that extends far beyond its active local campus.
In addition to his ministry achievements, Pastor Winans is a multiple GRAMMY®, Stellar, and Dove winning recording artist, as well as one-fourth of the legendary gospel quartet, The Winans, with whom he recorded such beloved hits as “Tomorrow”, “Ain’t No Need to Worry” and “It’s Time.” His background in music has been put to good use at Perfecting Church, where his songs are sung weekly and have appeared in various recording projects featuring the church’s praise band and choir, including the church’s 2012′s The Praise & Worship Experience, which Pastor Winans produced.
Of his milestones and legacy in ministry, Pastor Marvin L. Winans says, “I hope that as a church we’ve established a precedent that never changes even centuries after I’m gone; my prayer is that Perfecting would stand on the truth of the Word of God as revealed on Jesus Christ; upon this rock I will build my church.”
Critically acclaimed inspirational, R&B and gospel vocalist BeBe Winans is best known as part of the celebrated Winans family.
Winner – Six GRAMMY® Awards
(Three as a Solo Artist;
Three with CeCe Winans)
GRAMMY® Award for co-producing the song “Jesus Loves Me” on Whitney Houston’s smash hit film soundtrack for The Bodyguard.
Winner – Ten Dove Awards
Winner – Six Stellar Awards
Winner – Three NAACP Awards
Winner – One Soul Train Music Award
Featured Performer of the Stage
(Broadway Production of ‘Oprah Winfrey Presents The Color Purple’)
(2003’s ‘The Manchurian Candidate’)
Host of the Weekly Sirius XM Radio Show ‘The BEBE EXPERIENCE’ Channel 48 Heart & Soul
Airing on Sundays 10am EST and 7am PST.
Awarded Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, the First Brother/Sister Duo Awarded This Honor
A devoted and loving father of six, and a native of Detroit, Carvin made his musical debut in 1981 as a member of the world renowned Winans family. Throughout his career, he has received multiple GRAMMY ®,Soul Train, NAACP
and Dove Awards.
In 2002 Carvin performed on a sold out world tour with the Winans family in front of millions of fans which closed out in Detroit
at the Fox Theatre.
In October 2007 he was inducted in the Gospel Music Hall of Fame in Nashville Tennessee along with his brothers.
On June 18, 2008 Carvin received the President’s Merit Award from the Recording Academy in recognition of his extraordinary gifts as a passionate singer, performer, expressive communicator, and pioneer of contemporary gospel music.
After the tragic loss of his beloved friend Whitney Houston, Carvin sang his song “Tomorrow” at her funeral which then became the #1 Inspirational Song on iTunes. A song in which she enjoyed performing.
New York News
Gospel’s BeBe, Marvin, Carvin team up as 3 Winans Brothers The surname has been synonymous with gospel music for decades, but brothers BeBe, Marvin and Carvin Winans are only now recording and performing together for the first time as a threesome. The trio, as 3 Winans Brothers, have recorded the debut album Foreign Land, for […]