Hancock Community Cantata

by mikea44646 on December 20, 2009

The Hancock Community Choir presented “I Hear the Prophet Calling” (words and music by Pepper Choplin). The performance took place at the beautiful and spacious Emory United Methodist Church. It was a wonderful display of Community and fellowship.  Brenda Rood directed the more then 30 member choir.  Tom Wood “Woody” sang the signature solo with the words “I hear the Prophet Callin”.  This is one of two annual holiday cantatas performed by The Hancock Community Choir. Students from The Family Foundation School have an opportunity to participate in both.  Such singing opportunities are immensely important to the students who are learning to share their talents with and for the good of others.

The reception that followed was well attended and full of fun and fellowship.  Oh ya – as Father Ralph Groskoph, FFS Episcopal Chaplin said – there was “…a mountain of sinfully delicious treats!”  

My gratitude and appreciation to all. For me, opportunities like this help keep my focus on what matters. Merry Christmas and Happy New Years.

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