JUNEteaNTH: Celebrating Traditions of African-American Sacred Music with a Turn-of-the-Century Style Tea

When:
June 28, 2015 @ 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm
2015-06-28T15:00:00-04:00
2015-06-28T18:00:00-04:00
Where:
First Congregational Church, UCC
105 Courtland Street Northeast
Atlanta, GA 30303
USA
Cost:
Tickets: Adults $20 | Students: $10 (11 - 18 yrs /10 and under, free)
Contact:
The Servette Club of First Congregational Church
404-659-6255

The Servette Club of First Congregational Church Cordially invites you to the 2nd Annual

Celebrating Traditions of African-American Sacred Music with a Turn-of-the-Century Style Tea

FEATURING ATLANTA AREA CHOIRS AND MUSICIANS

  The Chancel Choir, First Congregational Church

Voices of Faith, First Congregational Church

The Babcock-Young Voices of Unity, Big Bethel AME Church

Johnny Holmes, Lindsay Street Baptist Church

Darrel McGhee, Tenor

The Lawrence S. Weaver Chorale

African-American Sacred Music reflects an important part of the journey of African-Americans in America.  Over the years, Black churches traditionally presented spirit-stirring afternoon Musicals followed by lavishly creative Teas featuring decorated tables filled with the tastiest edibles imaginable from teacakes to finger sandwiches and more!

That’s exactly what you will experience when you join us for the

2nd Annual JUNEteaNTH Heritage Musical & Tea!


All proceeds benefit the FCCDC Food Ministry & AMF After-School/Summer Music Camp programs, and New Century Capital Campaign.

FOR MORE INFORMATION:

404.659.6255 or servettes@firstchurchatlanta.com

Please print and bring your ticket for admission to the

Heritage Musical & Tea (immediately following the concert)!