Patriotic Concert Set At First Presbyterian Church On June 29

Wednesday, April 30, 2014

First Presbyterian Church of Chattanooga Adult Choir, Soloists, and Instrumental Ensemble, along with the Benedict Trio, will present a free patriotic concert titled “True Religion, True Home” on Sunday, June 29.

It will be at 6 p.m. in the church sanctuary.

Kelly Stultz, director of music, said, "You are also invited to a free all American hamburger/hotdog fellowship meal before the concert at 5 p.m. in the FPC fellowship hall. Bring your family and friends to enjoy toe-tapping bluegrass/folk/jazz music by the Benedict trio, and inspiring choral selections.

"The musical presentations will honor not only our Armed Forces who serve to preserve and protect our homeland, but also the true and living God of our true and eternal homeland."

For more information, call Kelly Stultz at 648-7912, or the church office at 267-1206



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