|February 10, 2019
||"Soon and Very Soon" - Black History Month|
Annual Congregational Meeting
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SATURDAY'S AT 7 CONCERT
SATURDAYS AT 7
ST. ANDREW'S TO COMMEMORATE BLACK HISTORY MONTH
Feel the Spirit will be the fourth concert of the 2018-19 Saturdays at 7
at St. Andrew’s series. This concert of spirituals on Saturday,
February 9 at 7 pm will commemorate Black History Month.
The program will be directed by Devon Hansen, Director of Music at St. Andrew's.
The concert will feature the Chancel Choir of St. Andrew's United Church presenting the history of Negro spirituals as they relate to the Underground Railroad in music and spoken dialogue.
The evening's program will include a true account of an enslaved woman from Kentucky who was brought to Chatham through the Underground Railroad. Her story will be dramatically presented with the help of Bryan and Shannon Prince of the Buxton National Historic Site and Museum.
The CK Singers under the direction of Nancy Tapley will also participate in the program. Soloists Xander Bechard, Christine Baribeau, Victoria Kimmerly, Crystal Horst, Terry McConnell, Kenzie Eldridge and Erica Green will raise their voices in commemoration as well.
All are welcome.
St. Andrew’s United Church is located at 85 William St. S, Chatham.
Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Free will offering (suggested donation of $10 per adult).
Shannon and Bryan Prince - Museum Curators