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Andrew Peterson's Behold the Lamb (local production)

Andrew Peterson's Behold the Lamb (local production)

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Behold the Lamb of God: The True Tale of the Coming Christ is a 12 song cycle composed by Andrew Peterson that captures the spirit of Christmas and the wonder of Jesus’ birth. It is a beautiful telling of the Bible from Genesis through the Gospels as the story that points to True Tall Tale of the Coming of Jesus.

The evening will be performed by local musicians - our 7th year of doing Behold the Lamb. It will be at St. Paul's Anglican Church at 174 Whisconier Road in Brookfield, CT. A great way to set your heart on Christ during the busy holiday season. Only a one-hour show - well worth your time.

FREE Concert

Sandoval Band at the Community Coffeehouse

Sandoval Band at the Community Coffeehouse

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Jean Sandoval is a Guitarist/Songwriter/Producer/Arranger. He is also the music director at New Life Church in Wllingford/Meriden, CT. Sandoval has blended styles and cultures for years to create a diverse sound that reaches all generations and cultures. “I’ve never been satisfied with one genre. my ear goes all different directions” says Sandoval. His writing and arranging is relevant to our everyday lifestyle. “I’m much more interested in connecting and reaching people through music than showing off some kind of talent. Music is a very powerful platform that every musician has been entrusted with, and we must use it wisely” Click here for more.

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The Brothers McClurg w/ guest Wes Skaggs at the Community Coffeehouse

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Brothers McClurg’s legacy of music and ministry spans three generations and has a rich heritage of serving the local church. What started out as two bands fronted by brothers Anthony and Chris Hoisington, has turned into a group of Christian brothers who share a desire to see lives changed through worship.

The band name pays homage to Anthony and Chris’ greatest influence: their maternal grandfather Pastor Bill McClurg, who led the southern gospel group The McClurg Family Singers. “We see it as a way of continuing the legacy and ministry while giving it a fresh vision,” says Chris.

Hailing from Buffalo, the band has brought warmth and hope to an area known for its frigid winters, as well as its depressed economy—now making national headlines for as upswing. The band’s mission is to carry Jesus’ message of life, hope and forgiveness to a cities that have been told they’re dead, hopeless and forgotten. Click here for more.

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