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August 23, 2021
"Upon This Path: Hymns for Church, Choir, and Life" is ready, and will be released on tour this weekend. This third album in the Arise Series includes 8 newly released hymns, and 10 hymns from previous albums.
June 5, 2021
Tapestry Chamber Singers will present a series of concerts, August 27-29, 2021 in Ohio and Indiana. We'd enjoy connecting with you at one of these events! A CD album of recent Mennonite hymns will be released on this tour.
- Messiah Amish Mennonite, Millersburg, OH, August 27, 7:30pm
- Fair Haven Amish Mennonite, Goshen, IN, August 28, 7:00pm
- Cuba Mennonite, Harlan, IN, August 29, 9:00am
- Hartville Conservative Mennonite, Hartville, OH, August 29, 7:00pm
The 2020 album is out! "All Creation's Cry" is available; order now. See details on the Listen page.
Tapestry Chamber Singers recorded an album of new choral music and hymns the last week of July, 2020. Compositions by Lyle Stutzman, Lloyd Kauffman, Ivan Martin, Wendell Glick, Gary Yoder, Samuel Heatwole, Douglas Byler, Jeffrey Martin and others were performed. Lyrics included traditional hymns and gospel songs, Scripture (direct and paraphrased), and poems by Kenneth Godoy, Wendell Nisly, Timothy Dudley-Smith, and Adam Tice.
We invite your financial support for our new-music projects. Tapestry Chamber Singers wish to encourage and promote new music from our people, to glorify God and strengthen His people. Writing and composing God-honoring music that will challenge and bless people for many years to come takes dedication to the craft, a heart set on God, and resources that assist the endeavor. The niche that Tapestry has found in this process, is 1) bringing awareness of this new music, and 2) creating beautiful recordings that inspire worship. Our choir members give generously in these projects, and we invite you to join by giving as well. Send checks to Tapestry Chamber Singers, 332 Bear Valley Rd, Fort Loudon, Pa 17224. Or click on the Donate button below.
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