Musical Notes ♫♬ (Archive)

This Sunday we will not only be celebrating the festival of Pentecost and honoring our Sunday School teachers, but we will also be giving a prayer of thanksgiving for our choir.  A church choir has a unique opportunity to serve the church.  They are called to lead and teach.  It's not just 'parking and barking' up in that balcony!  When a group of people come together to make music something magical happens:  barriers are knocked down as many voices become one, different voice tones blend together and beautiful overtones can be heard and wonderful friendships are formed.  There is an excitement in the air when a choir is together. Our GA choir is filled with wonderful individuals who have devoted many hours of time and talent.  We are very lucky and I want to personally thank each of them for their dedication, hard work, and cheerfulness.  It is a joy to make music and serve with you each week.  Thank you.  I hope you have a wonderful summer and I look forward to making music together in the fall. 

Gretchen Mundinger
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  • Malachi 4:1-6

    5Lo, I will send you the prophet Elijah before the great and terrible day of the LORD comes. 6He will turn the hearts of parents to their children and the hearts of children to their parents, so that I will not come and strike the land with a curse.

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