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Upcoming music events

Thanksgiving program from Cokato congregation on Wednesday, November 24, at 7 pm CST.


Advent program from Longview congregation December 4, 2021, at 6 pm PST.

Colorado Adult Choir Christmas Program December 10, 2021 at 6pm MST.

Christmas Music Camp program from Elk River church on Saturday, December 11, 2021, at 7:30 pm CST. A day-long music camp for ages 13+ is held at Elk River church, with a program following the camp day. The evening consists of choral and instrumental music for the season.  


Christmas music evening on Saturday, December 18, 2021, at 7 pm CST at Rockford church. A project choir to make a Christmas recording for 2022 will sing songs from the  upcoming album. The program consists of Songs and Hymns of Zion, as well as some other spiritual Christmas songs. An evening devotion will follow.


If you are planning a music event that you plan to broadcast in the near future or in the upcoming Christmas season, let us know at the office, lkeranen@llchurch.org.

Cokato November 24 @ 7pm CSTLongview December 4 @ 6pm PSTColorado December 10 @ 6pm MST
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