This popular and traditional Federated event has returned, hosted by Congregational Care Commission. Take a break from the hustle and bustle of December, and plan to come for an evening of fellowship and peaceful reflection to prepare our hearts for the season of Advent. The theme this year is “Music of Advent” with program performed by
Laura Hancock, a professional singer and musician.
Laura is a graduate of Chagrin Falls H.S., and was a 3-year member of the "Joyful Noise" swing choir, she holds a Bachelor of Arts in Communication from Baldwin Wallace College, a Bachelor of Music in Music Therapy from Queens University, Charlotte, NC, and a Masters in Special Education in Applied Behavior Analysis from Arizona State University; Laura performed as a professional vocalist/performer for Opryland, U.S.A. at venues in Nashville, Colorado Springs, and Myrtle Beach, SC. Currently works with children with autism as a behavior analyst, providing socially significant treatment programs to improve the quality of the lives of her patients and their families. Is currently active in her church as a choir member and church soloist.
Music will include a wide array of genres. Attendees are invited to bring heavy hors d”oeuvres or desserts to share for our light meal together. Thank you in advance for avoiding single use plastics. China plates, mugs and silverware will be provided.
The event will be Monday December 5 at 6:30 in Fellowship Hall, 76 Bell Street. All are welcome to attend, sign ups are encouraged at the sign up table on Sundays after church. Guests are welcome as it is a wonderful time to bring a visitor to experience Federated’s warm hospitality.
*SEATING is assigned. For a view of available seats, please click here. Please list your requested seat numbers (ex. Main Right, D1 through 4) in the memo line at purchase.* Only 100 tickets are available directly to Federated Church. Call for exact seating availability.
Sound the trumpet! Jeannette Sorrell, soloists, and chorus bring their nationally acclaimed interpretation of Messiah back home to Northeast Ohio. The singers become musical storytellers, bringing spirituality and theatricality to Handel’s richly layered masterpiece.
Jeannette Sorrell, conductor Sonya Headlam & Erica Schuller, soprano Kimberly Leeds, mezzo-soprano Steven Caldicott Wilson, tenor Edward Vogel, baritone
Federated Christmas Festival
Saturday, December 17th, 4-8pm
Invite your friends and family for a festive winter evening of fellowship!
A scavenger hunt will lead you to activities such as cookie decorating, Christmas crafting, Christmas stories, Christmas caroling and more!
Potluck dinner and scavenger hunt begins at 4pm in Fellowship Hall