2017-12-07 / Religion & Family

County Christian Choir to present ‘Little Lion, Little Lamb’ Dec. 10, 17

The Roscommon County Chris­tian Choir once again invites the public to attend its annual Christ­mas cantata titled “Little Lion, Little Lamb.”

Under the direction of Candyce Peterson, the choir will give two per­formances this year, both on Sundays at 4 p.m. The first will be Dec. 10 at Abundant Grace Assembly of God, 903 East West Branch Rd., Pruden­ville, and the second will be Dec. 17 at Roscommon Baptist Church, 1201 West Sunset Dr., Roscommon.

This cantata is a brand new work by Heather Sorenson that weaves the historic symbolism of both the Lion of Judah and the Lamb of God into the Christmas story. This story is not just an event in history, but a “liv­ing story” that still impacts the world today.

The world then, much like today, was filled with chaos and adversity. Then God sent His son in the form of a Little Lamb to become the Lion of Judah and the world changed for­ever.

The cantata will feature a num­ber of the choir members as solo­ists, including Bonnie Saglimbene (“And So We Wait”), Phillip Peter­son (”Who’s the Little Baby”), Kris­ta Peterson (”Where Is Peace To­night”), and Jenny Wooten (”In This Moment”). “Sleep Little Lion, Sleep Little Lamb” will feature a trio made up of Saglimbene, Kim Warner and Jenny Wooten. Again this year, nar­ration will be provided by Lindy and Dennis Peterson.

The choir extended a Merry Christmas to its many friends and thanked them for their support over the years.

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