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This season’s community choir has a great foundation of deep voices with many men from the community participating in presenting “Our Father, A Journey through the Lord’s Prayer on Sunday, Nov. 24, starting at 6:30 p.m., at St. Luke’s Lutheran Church.  

With the holiday season quickly moving in, the list of events continues to grow. One to be sure to include at the top of that list is St. Luke’s Community Choir’s presentation of “Our Father, A Journey through the Lord’s Prayer,” taking place on Sunday, Nov. 24, starting at 6:30 p.m., at St. Luke’s Lutheran Church.

“It’s been awhile since the last big concert at the church,” shared director Diane Hould. “We decided that a Thanksgiving program would be a nice change, a different season, and the program is not Christmas oriented. It will be a nice way to start off the week of Thanksgiving.”

The concert will feature a choir made up of musical talent from throughout the community and the cantata is based on the Lord’s Prayer. Singing is not the only musical talent boasted at the concert as the St. Luke’s Hand Bell Choir will also play a few numbers and Pastor Stephanie White will perform a piano solo. Following the concert, cookies and coffee will be served.

The cost to attend? A free will offering to benefit the food pantry, cash or cans, your choice.

“The message of the concert is to be thankful and it breaks down the Lord’s Prayer,” concluded Hould. “There will be singers from all over the community and all are welcome to attend. Please join us and come with an offering for the food pantry.”

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