Friday, February 1, 7pm
Duke Ellington, American composer, pianist, and big band leader, stated that his Sacred Concerts were the most important things he had ever done. The premier concert was held at the newly constructed Grace Cathedral in San Francisco in 1965, featuring Ellington leading his big band from the piano, vocal soloists, and percussive tap dancing.
This concert features vocal soloist, Rhia Foster, the Wenatchee Big Band, and the music ministry of Grace Lutheran Church.
This concert is presented in recognition of Black History Month and is free and open to the public.
February 1-3, 2019
Tall Timber Ranch, Lake Wenatchee WA
Includes snacks Friday eve, three meals Saturday, and brunch Sunday
You can sign up with this link, or sign up at the church offices.
Enjoy a time of learning, relaxation and fellowship on the snowy, pristine grounds of Tall Timber Ranch. Keynote speaker will be Pastor Rob Gohl, pastor for Grace Lutheran Church and St. James Episcopal Church (both of Cashmere WA).
What does it mean for us when we say in worship "Christ has died. Christ is risen. Christ will come again."? Pastor Gohl will lead us through a time of reflection and learning about these great mysteries of faith. These three simple declarations speak about God's ability to transform how we view ourselves and the world around us.
Join us at Grunewald Guild February 8-10.
The cost for the weekend is $160 and includes a shared room, programming, all meals Saturday and brunch on Sunday.
Our broad theme is Joyful Worship. A sign up list is available on the board outside of the church office