Morrisville Community Church to host Homecoming 2018
The Morrisville Community Church, 3824 Swamp Road, Morrisville, invites you to join them in a two-day event Aug. 25and 26, 2018. On Saturday, activities begin at 2 p.m. and include a carnival and bounce house for children, games and activities for adults, tours of the Clothes Basket and the Food Pantry, an historical display of the church, a cultural scarves program and time to visit with those who have moved away and are returning to visit the church and community.
The evening will feature a concert at 7 p.m. in the sanctuary by the Master’s Touch Chorale followed by a bonfire and sing-a-long.
On Sunday, Aug. 26 a worship service begins at 10:30 a.m. followed by a farewell brunch. All activities are free and open to the public.
The Master’s Touch Chorale is a choir of 44 dedicated Christian singers, some 28 churches of 17 denominations, who are united by their common faith in Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord and by His calling to spread His Good News in the ministry of music. The singers, from many communities, professions and walks of life, meet every other Sunday evening throughout the year to rehearse and pray together, or to concertize to the glory of God.
Founded in April of 1993, The Master’s Touch is now in its 25th year of ministry under the musical direction of Warren Ottey, who also serves as music director and organist at the Episcopal Church of St. Mark the Evangelist in Syracuse, as well as music director of the new CNY Voices choral ensemble.
During its tenure of ministry, The Master’s Touch Chorale, which charges no fee, but concertizes on faith, has sung in many churches and at community events over a wide geographical area; and are always open to singing in new venues, as requests are received.
Three such invitations, truly gifts from the Lord, were from The White House, where The Master’s Touch Chorale was privileged to sing concerts Dec. 21, 2002; Dec. 20, 2004; and Dec. 22, 2008.
The Master’s Touch is a faith ministry. Featuring a menu of Christian music ranging from Beethoven to Bluegrass, The Master’s Touch Chorale strives to please the musical palate of every listener in every concert. More important, the Chorale seeks to lift up and magnify the Lord Jesus Christ and to bring every listener closer to Him, that we together may experience a deeper sense of His forgiveness, His unconditional love and His power and victory.
The Master’s Touch Chorale will present a concert at the Morrisville Community Church Aug. 25 at 7 p.m. The public is invited to attend.