Red Bank Baptist Church Presents Free Christmas Musical Program

A Baby Changes Everything Set For Saturday And Sunday

Tuesday, December 03, 2013

The worship ministry of Red Bank Baptist Church will present its Christmas program, A Baby Changes Everything, Saturday and Sunday at 6 p.m. 

The program will feature Red Bank Baptist’s 90-voice choir under the direction of Bradley Gray, minister of music and worship. The 35-member church orchestra is directed by Don Dameron, instrumental associate.

A Baby Changes Everything’ will offer a wide variety of musical styles and feature several soloists and ensembles. Selections include “Mary Was the First One,’’ “Great Joy,’’ “Go Tell It!’’ and “Fruitcake.’’ 

Admission to the program is free and no tickets are required.

“We are offering this worship service as a gift to the Chattanooga area community,’’ Mr. Gray said. “We believe the heart of Christmas is the miraculous birth of Jesus. Through our worship and praise, we are celebrating the fact that a baby truly did change everything.’’ 

Red Bank Baptist is at 4000 Dayton Blvd. Child care is available for the program for children ages four and under. 

For more information, contact Kimberly Jones at 877-4514 or 

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