Men’s Chorus singing Sweet Hour of Prayer
What a dynamite service. Under the leadership of Glen Findlay, so many elements of this services were one-of-a-kind delightful.
Prelude music offered by the Kerr family set the bar high for the service.
The opening anthem took the form of a special offering for Father’s Day by the Men’s Chorus. Click HERE for an audio clip of their piece, Sweet Hour of Prayer. As I said to others, this piece of music gave me chills, it was so good. Judge for yourself 🙂
Artist award recipients Neil McKenzie-Sutter & Susannah McKenzie-Sutter with Marjorie Britton
It was nice to support see two more young people supported through Knox’s Artist Assistance Awards. One recipient, Susannah McKenzie-Sutter, showed some of her skills on violin during the service – a real treat.
I quite enjoyed Glen’s mediation. He lobbed a few references out that that gave me a chuckle, such as Isaac was a joke of a father. He noted that in the Prodigal Son, one brother over-indulged in self-satisfaction, and the other in self-righteousness. Great stuff.
Here Father’s Day is family, with a tip of the hat to dear old dad. <3 <3 <3