Join us this Lenten season for beautiful music! This FREE concert series will feature talented members of our music and worship ministries. Come hear wonderful music ranging from organ and piano to bells and guitar – plus more!
All concerts will take place in the Sanctuary at 4pm. A free-will offering will be available after each concert if you feel called to donate; all donations are tax-exempt and will go towards the cost of the organ renovation.
March 1st – Organ Dedication
Join us for a concert featuring our newly refurbished sanctuary organ! You’ll learn about the extensive work that was done by Phoenix Organs of Ontario, Canada—and then you’ll hear it in action! Featuring MUMC’s staff organist, Kevin Vest, and Director of Music, Kristen Furches.
March 8th – An Afternoon at the Piano
You won’t want to miss this program of 2-hands and 4-hands piano music, featuring MUMC’s staff pianist, Vernon Cherrix, and accomplished pianist Nancy Cherrix. Hear some of your favorite hymns in beautiful and challenging concert piano arrangements.
March 15th – With Bells On
Come out for an afternoon of hand bell music! You’ll hear our full hand bell ensemble, our Children’s Chimes, and some of our solo and small ensemble ringers, all using a variety of ringing techniques: it’s sure to be a delightful way to spend the afternoon!
March 22nd – Organist J.D. Plant
Come and have fun and hear some great music with a family-friendly afternoon of organ music on the new Sanctuary organ with internationally renowned Nashville concert organist J.D. Plant.
March 29th – Folk & Americana
Come and enjoy a special afternoon of folk and Americana music featuring Sara and Peter Ritchie. You’ll hear songs that draw elements from the varied musical traditions with roots in the US – including folk, country, gospel, and bluegrass – melding together to create a beautiful, distinct, Americana sound. Concert in Connection Center.
April 5th – Neil Harmon’s Requiem
Join us for a concert of choral and orchestral music by MUMC’s Worship Choir joined by chamber orchestra, culminating with a performance of Neil Harmon’s Requiem.
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