Sunday, July 3, 2011

An Invitation

This is Hannah.
She and Grace and Rinat and Joshua and
Sholpan and Luke and Zarina are getting
ready to go to New York to feed the hungry.
They will dispense both food and music to
fill the stomach and the soul...

Our youth choir has worked very hard on Andrew Lloyd Weber's Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat since January. You can see this outstanding performance at Reveille United Methodist Church on Wednesday and Thursday, July 6 and 7, at 7:00 p.m. Please join us for ice cream in the fellowship hall after our July 7 performance.

After our Richmond performances we will take this show on the road to New York City, where we will also be in mission with Youth Opportunity Service Projects. We ask for your prayers as seventy-two of us deliver God's message through our music and with our hands.

It's why they are going.

It's where they are going.

On July 9, sixty youth and twelve adults head to New York City by train. A stop in Wilmington, Delaware will provide the youth choir a chance to perform Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat at Grace United Methodist Church. Over the week, youth will serve in a variety of homeless agencies across the city preparing meals, stocking pantries and warehouses, and delivering meals for Meals on Wheels. The youth will see a side of homelessness that Richmond cannot provide. The youth choir will be performing Joseph in New York as well, at Park Avenue United Methodist Church. It will be a full week.

Please keep the team in your prayers as they prepare for this important mission.

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