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San Lucas Mission in Guatemala Will Benefit From Community Christian Choir’s ‘Faith-Book’ At St. Anthony of Padua RC Church

San Lucas Mission in Guatemala will be the special recipient of the benefit concert to be performed by the Community Christian Choir to be held on May 7th (7:30 pm) at St. Anthony of Padua Roman Catholic Church, 251 Franklin St., Hightstown.  Playing on the popular social network Facebook, the Community Christian Choir is beginning their new season with ‘Faith-book’, a combination of contemporary and traditional Christian musical pieces with themes based in scripture.

         The Community Christian Choir is a multi-denominational Christian choir that presents unique choral programs that please both the young and old. “Many children don’t know some of the old hymns that many of our adults have grown up with.  We wanted to share some of those beautiful songs with our children’s choir as well as the new music.” Said Pat Wietz, director of the both the adult Community Christian Choir and the Community Christian Children’s Choir. “These songs are beautiful and share such a special message.  We hope our audiences enjoy them as much as we do.”

         Every concert presented by the CCC is free of charge with a free will offering collected for a local charity.  Performing over 30 seasons, the CCC has raised over $140,000 for local charities; such as HomeFront, TASK, Carmel Guild and many others. 

         San Lucas Mission is located in San Lucas Toliman, Guatemala and has served the community for 60 years.  This mission supports the entire San Lucas region by helping organize and fund a coffee cooperative, a clinic/health care center, a women’s center, a school, educational scholarships, housing/construction and disaster relief.  The projects are all sustainably organized by the Guatemalans themselves.

         To learn more about this concert season and other information about the choir and future concerts, please contact Pat Weitz at (609)587-7076 or by checking their website at www.CCChoir.com.