All of Carole's messages are dramatically presented from the potter's wheel. The Master's Pieces, her original presentation, is the entire story of the Potter and the Clay, told from the potter's perspective; from beginning to end, from pit to praise, of how God molds and shapes our lives.
In the world of southern gospel music, few names carry a more substantial legacy than Goodman. Creativity, authenticity and a passion for sharing the good news of Jesus Christ have long been the cornerstones of the family’s sound and messages. This cornerstone remains the foundation for the next chapter in the group’s illustrious history with the launch of Goodman Revival.
This group is a radio favorite in the US and internationally and is a leader in CD sales with several Gold and Platinum DVDs. They have traveled all over the world and offer energy, excitement and encouragement through powerful gospel music. They are a world-renown quartet that spans a wide variety of genres and cultures.
As our last gathering for the year, we will spend time in various activities, praying for our world and talking about how we can make a difference through prayer at home.
This concert features music by Dan Forrest, Randall Thompson, Sergei Rachmaninov, Eric Whitacre, Joseph Martin, Leadbelly, Freddie Mercury and Paul Simon. The 25-voice ensemble is conducted by Dr. Joseph Janisch.
You will have an opportunity to reflect on these messages at a personal level by attending prayer stations offered in the chapel the week before Easter.
Blind since birth, Mote’s faith provides the foundation for his life and constantly fuels his creative spirit. Gordon is one of today’s most respected talents and has toured with Lee Greenwood, Trisha Yearwood, Tanya Tucker, Porter Wagoner, the Gaither Vocal Band, and the long-running Gaither Homecoming Tour.
Join Jenny Sweat and special guest, Sheila West, for a time of learning how to be “more intentional” about being obedient, healthy and holy women of God, saying YES to God on a daily basis, what we do with God and for God.
Methodist University’s premiere touring choral ensemble, the Methodist University Chorale, will present a concert of works from different musical epochs with special performances by soloists from the group, MU Chamber Singers, and Ryan Pagels, piano.
The Villages Wind Ensemble, conducted by Jill Van Syckle, will perform the music of American composers, including the Navy Hymn (Eternal Father), Fantasy on Yankee Doodle, Cloudburst (with AUDIENCE PARTICIPATION!), and a special tribute to Leonard Bernstein. A portion of the net proceeds will benefit the Wildwood Food Pantry.
The Villages Wind Ensemble, conducted by Jill Van Syckle, will perform the music of American composers, including the Navy Hymn (Eternal Father), Fantasy on Yankee Doodle, Cloudburst (with AUDIENCE PARTICIPATION!), and a special tribute to Leonard Bernstein.