Third Sunday in Advent – The Art of Christmas 8:30 am Service The Christmas Story by The Gathered Community Scripture: Luke 1:1-2:7 Children’s Christmas Pageant 10:30 am service A Babe is Born: A Modern Lessons & Carols Directors: Rev. Joshua Kinglsey, Ronnee Edwards Costume Design: Tabitha Sewers Choral Directors: Kendra Friar,
The choir will read through music that will be sung during the Fall and Advent/Christmas seasons, eat together, get to know each other and have a great time! We will also prepare two anthems to be sung on September 10th during 10:30 worship. The retreat begins at 6:30pm on Friday,
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We welcome several members of the Oregon Repertory Singers and their conductor, Ethan Sperry. They are joining our Chancel Choir this morning to sing the second movement of the Chichester Psalms by Leonard Bernstein. The group from ORS will also sing a movement from The Sealed Angel by Rodion Shchedrin
Thank you so much for your generous support of the Capital Campaign. Your generous giving provides much needed funds to update and improve our sanctuary of worship. We’ve already improved our bathrooms thanks to you! The church intends to continue making improvements such as repairing the existing cork flooring, replacing
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Dr. Anton Armstrong will be the clinician with our Chancel Choir on Thursday, March 13 during their regular rehearsal. Our director, Erick Lichte graduated from St. Olaf and has been mentored by Dr. Armstrong. Dr. Armstrong is the conductor of the St. Olaf Choir as well as the Harry R.
Distinctly Bronze West is an annual national handbell event for about 90 advanced ringers, selected by application from around the US and abroad. That’s the equivalent of 6-7 complete handbell choirs, ringing en masse, using a range of 7 octaves of handbells and 7 octaves of chimes, under the direction