Sunday, February 12, the choir performs a piece titled “The Power of One” by Larry King with lyrics by Beth Jacoby. Larry King is an American singer-songwriter born and raised in Chicago Illinois. He attended University of Miami and University of Wisconsin at Madison. It was during his college years he began to focus more on music.
“The Power of One” is a contemporary rock ballad designed to bring attention to issues of bullying and exclusion, and to help young people confront them:
If I need a friend, would you take my hand?
Would you turn away? Or would you take a stand?
Would you leave me out? Or would you let me stay?
There’s only one service February 12 at 9:15 in order to accommodate the Congregational Meeting scheduled for 11. So come to the “early” service to hear this beautiful and meaningful number.
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Under the direction of Sadie Sonntag the choir provides music for Sunday services at least two services a month from September through June. Rehearsals are on Thursday nights from 7-8:30pm, and all fun-loving people who want to sing are welcome! To learn more about the choir, talk to a choir member during Coffee Hour after any Sunday service or contact Sadie here. Come to a rehearsal Thursday evening during the season, and we’ll all make music together.