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“There Shall A Star”
12/08/2012 @ 7:30 PM - 9:00 PMNo
“There Shall A Star”, a Christmas concert by the Lutheran Choralaires and their Director, Terry Herald a noted Detroit area composer and arranger, will be presented on Saturday Dec. 8, 2012 at 7:30pm at Historic Trinity Lutheran Church located at 1345 Gratiot Ave. in Detroit. For over 65 years the Lutheran Choralaires have Celebrated the glorious birth of Jesus in song and in their witnessing to their Lord, God and Savior. Through the talents and commitment of Christian men who love Jesus and wish to share this love through song, they have witnessed to the masses in Metro Detroit, throughout Michigan and beyond. The Choralaire Family and their Director, Terry Herald a noted Detroit area composer and arranger, invite you and your family this year to celebrate the birth of the new born King with their Christmas program at Historic Trinity in Detroit. Fill your hearts with joy as the Choralaires help prepare the hearts and minds of all Christians this Christmas season.
The concert tickets are available for $12.50 ($6 for ages 12 and under). Inquiries about the Choralaires, the concert or tickets are available through any member of the Choralaires, or tickets can be ordered by phone from Chuck Jackson at (248) 647-3897, or Dennis Sheppard at (248) 738-1225. You can also find information about the Lutheran Choralaires at their Web Site at http://www.lutheranchoralaires.org. There you can see their upcoming engagements, meet the group and even find out a little history on the group. May all who hear the Choralaires and the word of God be blessed and have their hearts prepared for the coming of Jesus this Christmas season. Soli Deo Gloria.
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