Presbyterians share Christmas musical

| December 15, 2016

COSHOCTON – Members of the Crusaders Choir will present the “The Noel Critter Motel,” a new Christmas musical for young voices, as part of 10:30 a.m. worship on Sunday, Dec. 18, at The Presbyterian Church, North Fourth and Chestnut Streets, Coshocton.

Featured Bethlehem characters include Lydia Black, Gage Haines, Georgia Haines, Sarah Heading, Kiera McPeck, Courtney Snyder, Dannan Stewart, Sydney Stewart, Ethan Swigert, Lukas Sycks, and Debra Taylor.  The stage director and choreographer is Erin R. Jobes, the church’s director of Christian education, and Charles R. Snyder is the musical director.

It’s not just another day in the Tiny Bit of Heaven Motel (actually a stable behind a small inn), which is completely run by animals. Their strict “no humans allowed” policy is about to be violated as the Innkeeper allows a young couple to stay in the stable.  Maybe the critters will learn that their “no human” policy is for the birds with the presence of a Baby who will change the world.

Other musical leadership that day will be provided by Moving Spirit, a men’s octet; Cantaré, a women’s sextet; Westminster Ringers handbell choir, and Alice M. Hoover, organist.

The Reverend Jonathan T. Carlisle is the pastor and Sherri Lawrence will serve as liturgist.

All are invited to join in this worship celebration.  Preschool childcare will be provided and ample parking is available.

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