The N*Light*N Youth Choir to give concert Sunday
The N*Light*N Youth Choir of Broad Street United Methodist Church will have its annual end-of-the-year concert Sunday at 6:30 p.m.
A reception will follow the concert in the church fellowship hall, honoring graduating seniors.
The concert, which will be held in the church sanctuary, will consist of 13 songs, including solo numbers by Hayden Sweeny and Greg Jordan. The program includes both contemporary Christian music as well as a gospel medley featuring older hymns.
The choir recently traveled through East Tennessee, staying at the Wilderness in the Smokies Resort. During this short trip, they sang and ministered at the Knoxville Area Rescue Ministries. Before the trip, the youth collected blankets, rain ponchos, Hot Hands, toothbrushes and toothpaste to leave with the residents of KARM.
They also sang at Holston Home for Children, where they participated in the worship service and had lunch with the youth.
N*Light*N, which is in its 17th year, continues to be directed and led by Bill and Jan Murphy. Members include Elly Arrendale, Thomas Arrendale, Max Becerra, Emma Crouch, Brianna DeVane, Jack Duncan, Twila Duteau, Ginger Everley, Andrew Figlestahler, Harper Fuller, Greer Harbison, Leah Hargis, Autumn Hubbard, Aimee Jordan, Anna Jordan, Greg Jordan, Daphne Lyon, Micah Lyon, Hayes Martin, Isabel Martin, Madilynn Maselli, Alex McCord, Sara McKay, Maddie Milen, Sarah Moultrie, Annie Katherine Newman, Mackenzie Newman, Hayden Nicholson, Amelia Owenby, Isaac Pardue, Delaney Pittman, Krista Riad, Rebecca Robosson, Taylor Schneider, Caroline Shaver, Charlie Swafford, Connor Sweeny, Hayden Sweeny, Callahan Tentler, Gabriella Van Horne, Jordan Whitcraft, Bella Wills and Jaynae Wright.
Adults who assist with the choir include Jan Wright, Maureen Goncalves, Jeff Bennett, Trace Scarbrough, Bekah Huelle, Jarrod Suits, Alex Clark and Danielle Griffith.
The concert and reception are free of charge and open to the community.
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