Garrett United Methodist Church Choir and Friends to perform annual Christmas cantata
The choir and friends of Garrett United Methodist Church will perform their annual Christmas cantata, “What Christmas Really Means” at 7:00 p.m. on Sunday, January 2 at the Garrett United Methodist Church at 800 Walker Street, Garrett.
The choir members are Lynet Adolphson, Ardith Brant, Kerry McQuade, Dana Hetz and Heidi O’Neil, soprano singer. Charlene Klink, Katey Ritchey and Cathie Lester will sing in viola. The tenors are Neal Adolphson, Bonnie Turner, Steve Hoyman, Pastor Dave Klink, Reverend Denton Lester and Reverend Kyle Holcomb. The basses are Paul Ritchey, Roger Hart and the Reverend Glenn Foster. Pete Housel and his son, Carl will be in charge of video and audio. The director is Gloria Housel.
Some of the songs featured in the cantata are: “C’est Noël”, “Emmanuel Shall Come”, “O Holy Night”, “Jesus Born on This Day (solist Dana Hetz)”, “What Child Is This? “Silent Night, What Christmas Really Means with Birthday of a King” and the finale “It’s Christmas”.
Images will be shown to match the music of the cantata.
There will be no refreshment or fellowship time after the program and there will be no congregational singing – all due to concerns over COVID-19. Everyone is cordially invited to attend. Masks should be worn at the discretion of the participants.
This article originally appeared on The Daily American: What Christmas Really Means cantate