Worship & Arts Events presents
“Music For The Soul” Goldline Noon Concert
Thursday, Feb. 4, Noon, Online
The popular Kairos Piano Trio returns to Lake for our next streamed Goldline concert, featuring:
• Carrie Rehkopf, violin
• John Michel, cello
• Duane Funderburk, piano
Our program will include music by Dvorak, Scott Joplin, William Grant Still, and original arrangement of American Spirituals by Duane Funderburk.
Join us for a 40-minute concert of uplifting and encouraging music on YouTube at https://youtu.be/woO1RgY5Czs and Facebook. The concert will also be available on-demand after the live stream.
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Ash Wednesday Service
Feb. 17, 7:30 pm, Online
Ash Wednesday “calls on us to put to death the sin and the indifference we have in our hearts toward God and our fellow persons. And it beckons us to enter once again into the joy of the Lord—the joy of a new life born out of death to the old life” (Robert Webber, “Ancient-Future Time”). Join us for a live virtual worship gathering of reflection, repentance, prayers of confession, a brief message, and the imposition of ashes (with opportunity to participate from home).
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“A City Called Heaven”
A Concert in Recognition of Black History Month
Friday, Feb. 26, 7:30 pm, Online
Lake Avenue musicians and friends join together in a concert honoring Black composers. The program features:
• The Lake Avenue Choir with Darnell Abraham, soloist
• Katrese Sutton, soloist with Jeff Bryant, pianist
• The Kairos Piano Trio
This 45-minute concert, hosted by ethnomusicologist and LAC member, Ray Briggs, will include Spirituals such as “Ain’t Got Time To Die,“ “City Called Heaven,” “Precious Lord, Take My Hand,” and “Lift Every Voice and Sing.” More details coming soon. Livestreamed on YouTube and Facebook.