Christmas Story of Salvation

This Sunday you can hear God's story of salvation as told through Christmas carols arranged by Gustav Holst. A short reading will set the scene for each set of carols. The music will convey the grandeur of the throne room of God, Mary sweetly singing a lullaby, the uncertainty of visiting shepherds, and the joy… Continue reading Christmas Story of Salvation

Palm/Passion Sunday

The 6th Sunday In Lent, March 25th Holy week marks the last week of Lent, a time of preparation for Christ’s Resurrection, celebrated on Easter Sunday. Holy begins with Jesus’ triumphant entry into Jerusalem and concludes with Jesus' journey to the Cross. Will you participate in the parade and experience the emotional tumult of the journey… Continue reading Palm/Passion Sunday

The Rose of Calvary

Our Palm Sunday celebration begins with children leading a triumphant parade around our building. This year's cantata conveys the emotional roller-coaster from the triumphant entry of Palm Sunday to the loss of hope at the crucifixion in nine movements. The overture samples themes of the entire work and introduces the Jesus as the Rose of… Continue reading The Rose of Calvary

Christmas Cantata

Daniel Pinkham titled his opus "Christmas Cantata," but it conveys the feel of Advent. Jesus is coming into the world, but did the shepherds, their neighbors, or even Mary have questions about what this would mean for them? Read our director's note below. A brass choir will complement our expanded choir for "God Rest You… Continue reading Christmas Cantata