ST. GEORGE – The Southern Utah Heritage Choir will present “Singing, Celebrating a Culture of Peace,” a musical fireside with special guest speaker Mayor Jon Pike, Sunday at 7 p.m. in the St. George Tabernacle at 490 South 300 East in St. George. Admission is free and the public is invited.
Those who attend will be treated to such favorites as “They the Builders of the Nation” arranged by Mack Wilberg, “And the Father will Dance” by Mark Hayes, “Give Me Jesus” arranged by Craig Courtney, “Peace I give to You” by Craig Courtney, “Prayer of St Francis” by Allen Pote, and “Come, Ye Disconsolate” arranged by Nancy Allred.
The 180 members of the Heritage Choir will be directed by Allred, with Karen Cantera on the organ and Brandon Lee on piano. Cantera and Lee will perform a special rendition of “Sheep may Safely Graze” by Johann Sebastian Bach.
The evening’s address will come from Pike, mayor of the City of St. George.
Everyone is invited to join the choir and the mayor for an inspiring evening of music celebrating a culture of peace.
- When: Sunday, Feb. 9, at 7 p.m.
- Where: St. George Tabernacle
- Heritage Choir website