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THREE LOCAL CHURCH CHOIRS PRESENT A PALM SUNDAY CONCERT ON MARCH 25

by Press Release
March 10, 2018

Three local church choirs will present a Palm Sunday Concert on March 25, 2018 at 4:00pm at the First Congregational Church, 725 Washington St. in Holliston, MA.   The three choirs are from the First Congregational Church and Christ the King Lutheran Church, both of Holliston, and the Church of Christ, Congregational of Millis.  This collaborative concert came about as a way to support the churches’ music programs and to share the joy of choral singing with one another and the general public.  They hope the music will inspire people as they enter into the solemnity of Holy Week.  The concert will include anthems performed by each choir separately, as well as some anthems performed with all three choirs together, including Lord of the Dance, Coronation, and Psalm 23.  The concert is free and open to everyone.  A free-will offering will be taken to support the Holliston Food Pantry.  For more information, contact the Church of Christ, Congregational at 508-376-5034.

 

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