Thanks to all who came out and sang with us at the Community Sing today. ...

Thanks to all who turned out to the Community Sing today (April 23) led by Joel Mabus. Join us next month, led by Carolyn Koebel. ...

Upcoming Michigan Festival of Sacred Music Event
Three Community Sings
7 p.m., March 26, April 23, and May 21
Lift your voice in song. Join us as we affirm peace, joy, love, justice, and understanding in our community and beyond. Each Community Sing is at the First Baptist Church Social Hall, 315 W. Michigan Ave., Kalamazoo. (Following the 5 p.m. Vegan Feast on March 26 and April 23. If you wish to attend the feast, bring a vegan, organic, preferably raw dish to pass.)
March 26: Patricia Pettinga, leader
April 23: Joel Mabus, leader
May 21: Carolyn Koebel, leader

Area faith leaders will be at this event tonight. The Michigan Festival of Sacred Music executive director Elizabeth Start and others will provide the music. ...

That moment when you are at Michigan Festivalof Sacred Music concert and a sing-a-long breaks out. D I O trio at Heritage Hall on WMU campus. ...

Putting Jonathan Ryan together with the amazing Letourneau organ made for a magical evening of music. It started with youngsters in costumes and ended with thunder in the sanctuary. ...

Jonathan Ryan in concert: There will be a family friendly event introducing the organ at 6 p.m. Monday, Oct. 31 in a concert with a holiday twist at First Baptist Church. Families are encouraged to come in costume. Admission is free. It will be preceded by “Trunk or Treat” in First Congregational Church parking lot: treats for trick-or- treaters from festively decorated cars from 5-6 p.m.

Mr. Ryan’s 8 p.m. concert at First Baptist will showcase the amazing Letourneau organ and repertoire for All Saints Day. $15 general admission, $5 students

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