"Living the Christian Adventure Every Day Through Faith and Joyful Service."
Friday, December 7th
Join us, and The Miamians – Florida’s own quintessential a capella paragon, as we share an hour of merry-and-bright in the form of a unique Barbershop blend of Holiday and contemporary song stylings, generously peppered with seasonal mirth. The concert, featuring long-time Director Alex Rubin, will be performed in the Sanctuary.
By all means bring friends and family along to share the holiday fun. Light refreshments will be served in the Fellowship hall after the show.
Wear your fun-ugliest holiday sweater for the after-the-nosh contest, and you may win a fabulous* prize! Rules: Must be present and in the sweater to win. *Disclaimer: Fabulous is a subjective term and the prize may or may not be fabulous by your personal standard of fabulosity.
We will gratefully accept your good will offering to help defray the costs associated with the evening’s festivities.
🎵 A little related wiki…
Barbershop quartets originated in North America. Four men: tenor, lead, baritone, and bass vocalists join voices in the traditional Barbershop style. The music, without instrumental accompaniment, is sung by a quartet or a chorus in four-part harmony. The female counterpart of the Barbershop Quartet is known as The Sweet Adelines.
The rummage sale garnered a whopping $5500 for the Plantation Presbyterian Women’s Association! We were able to provide help to Miami Rescue Mission, a Venezuala Relief Organization, and the Helen B. Hoffman Library by re-gifting items we were unable to sell.
For more information and pictures of the event, please check out The Spire Newsletter by clicking here.
Thank you all again for your generosity of spirit and the gift of your time and toil on our behalf.