Christ Church United Methodist
Sunday, November 23, 2014
The Sixth Season of Sanctuary pays tribute to teachers, those who have given their lives to instill the healing gift of music in students; they invest knowledge, wisdom, expertise and, most of all, deeply rooted passion, the ground of true musicianship. Each concert highlights the performance of persons who find their greatest calling in the teaching vocation.
As this series has become established in our community, it has also become a source of generous support for those in need locally and internationally. These concerts are offered as a gift to the community. A free will offering will be collected with half going toward a stated mission project, and the other half used to defray ongoing costs.
Michael and Annie Bolden - An Evening of Gospel
Sunday, September 7, 2014 at 7:00 pm
Lives of countless singers have been touched by Michael and Annie Bolden in public schools, studio instruction, The Stephen Foster Story and 40 years of vocal coaching as part of the music ministry of Christ Church United Methodist. The Boldens radiate a unique, heart-felt passion which transcends technique and touches the soul. They will be joined in this opening celebration by Messengers for Christ, Ronn Norfleet, director; Jubilee Singers, Rush Trowel and Troy Bell, directors and First Baptist Church Jeffersontown Male Chorus under the direction of Sahara Myers.
The offering from this concert will benefit Family Scholar House in Louisville. Family Scholar House, Inc. is changing lives, families and communities through education. Their mission is to end the cycle of poverty and transform our community by empowering families and youth to succeed in education and achieve life-long self-sufficiency. Learn more at www.familyscholarhouse.org.
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Parking shuttle begins from the Summit Office Park at 4350 Brownsboro Road at 6 pm.
Sunday, October 26, 2014 at 7:00 pmOur second concert opens with heralding trumpets sounded by students and colleagues of our guest artist, Dr. Michael Tunnell. He is a Distinguished Teaching Professor of Music and University Scholar at the University of Louisville. Known and highly respected in our community and beyond, his career includes visiting professorships, coaching, numerous recordings and a legacy of successful students. Joining Dr. Tunnell will be the University of Louisville Trumpet Ensemble, Kentucky Baroque Trumpets, President Lincoln’s Own Band, The Brass Band of Louisville, Bruce Heim and Michael’s wife, Meme Tunnell.
Wednesday, December 10, 2014 at 7:30 pm
Sunday, December 14, 2014 at 5:00 pm
Tuesday, December 16, 2014 at 7:30 pm
Sunday, December 21, 2014 at 9:00 and 11:15 am
Saturday, January 31, 2015 at 10:00 am
Pipes and Pedals is a family event designed to introduce children to the King of Instruments through hands-on experience. The morning begins with opportunities for a pipe organ tour, a chance to sit at the console to play and an instrumental petting zoo of brass, string, woodwind and percussion instruments. The morning concludes with the magic of organ and instruments joining together in a
multi-dimensional cascade of musical wonders. This adventure in music is co-sponsored by the Louisville Chapter of the American Guild of Organists.
Sunday, April 12, 2015 at 7:00 pmWilma Jensen broke into the concert scene more than 60 years ago with boundless energy and depth of musicality which knows no limits. World renowned as a concert organist, her recital career continues having been proclaimed in a recent Pipedreams broadcast as “Wonder Woman Wilma.” Truly an “organist’s organist,” she continues to teach, as she is in demand as a lecturer and clinician for organ master classes and choral workshops.
Sanctuary Directions and Shuttle Service
Your willingness to ride the Christ Church Shuttle from the Summit Office Park located at 4350 Brownsboro Road will insure adequate parking for all who wish to attend. The shuttle will begin running one hour prior to and immediately following the concert. You will be picked up and dropped off at your car.