Music camp is a week long event that is conducted annually at Messiah Lutheran Church. This week, children from Messiah Lutheran Church and the local community participated in an original musical production entitled “Martin Meets Grace” during this year’s Music Camp. Through song and humor, the children tell the story of the Martin Luther. Martin Luther (10 November
On Thursday, March 12th, nearly eighty student voices joined together in the recently expanded sanctuary of Messiah Lutheran Church. Two exceptional choirs came together to present the 7 p.m. concert; the University of Birmingham’s Concert Choir, directed by Dr. Brian Kittridge, and the Bob Jones High School Patriot Singers, directed by Randall Fields and
This past weekend, the youth of Messiah Lutheran Church along with thousands of teens from around the world participated in the annual 30 Hour Famine. The 30 Hour Famine is a World Vision event in 21 countries. It started in 1971 when 17 year old Ruth Roberts and 14 friends in Calgary, Alberta staged an
Messiah Lutheran’s church-wide “E100:The Essential One-Hundred Bible Reading Plan” kicked off for all ages during the January 11th Sunday School hour. “E100,” which has an accompanying guidebook for both adults and children, guides participants towards deeper knowledge and understanding of the world’s greatest book, through daily weekday readings, prayer, personal reflection and discussion.
Messiah’s 16th Annual Ring and Sing Concert took place on Sunday, December 14th. The concert featured the musical talents of Messiah’s several handbell groups, the adult choir, the Luthermen quartet and the church’s instrumental ensemble. The event was emceed by Rhonda Gaede, who also serves as the director for the church’s handbell choir, Notabella. Notabella,