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                     July 11, 2008.  Tolland, CT

           Carman played to a great crowd for Jesus Fest last night !  

Can you imagine setting up a Christian Stage at SPRING BREAK Daytona Beach Florida ?  Setup between PlayBoy & MTV. (Hoping Carman would leave) 

Well Carman’s statement of Faith reads…  We believe the Bible is God’s Word inspired by Him, and containing both the Truth and the Power of God.

Carman came to Tolland High School and he brought down the house with close to 1000 people having a great time.

Musicians:  Backed up by Steve Nielsen & his Gang from Trinity Covenant Church .

And the wonderful, wonderful Choir from First Cathedral in Bloomfield, CT.

All 30 of them !!!

Hard Work putting this all together. Congratulations to Drew Crandall, Union Congregatoinal, Church of the Nazarene and all the hard working volunteers.

Volunteers for Jesus. Pow !    

 And to all the Sponors that support the cause:

Dynamark Security, Tolland CT
ImageWorks, Vernon CT
KEEP IN TOUCH, Vernon CT www.KeepTouch.com
Lord & Benoit, Worcester MA www.Section404.org
Northeast Christians At work, Vernon CT www.ChristAtWork.org
Scranton Financial Group, East Windsor CT
Union Congregational Church www.UCC-Rockville.org 


 First Cathedral .




Carl Slicer, Sr Editor, www.BandSpace.Fm


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This Easter season, there’s a new musical experience in town.  It’s called Eyes of Faith, and it’s the Easter musical to be performed by the Trinity Covenant Church choir and soloists.  You may recall hearing of or attending the Christmas musical Great Joy.  Well these are the same amazing vocalists and orchestra members coming back to bring you on a truly inspirational journey.  Eyes of Faith is the story of Jesus’s death and rebirth, and it involves dramatic narrative from several main characters in the Easter story.  Judas, Mary Magdalene, Peter, and others have prominent roles and deliver heartfelt words that bring the story to life and have the ability to touch the hearts of all who listen.  These narratives are accompanied by deeply spiritual music, performed by the all-star cast of voices audience members know and love.  With a choir of about 50 members and a strong orchestral accompaniment, it’s bound to be a huge success.  This Easter season, treat yourself and your loved ones to an afternoon or evening performance of Eyes of Faith.  With free admission and its accessible location at Trinity Covenant Church in Manchester, CT, there’s no good reason not to attend.  And your holiday will be all the richer for it. 

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