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Sunday 4th November 2012
Sermon – Rev. Bridget Spain – The Prodigal Song, Take 3
Reflection – Rev. Bridget Spain – From the fragmented world of our everyday lives we gather together in search of wholeness.
Children’s Story – Rev. Bridget Spain – A Stag faces an important lesson
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Sunday 11th November 2012
Sermon – Rev. Bridget Spain – Remembrance Day
Reflection – Rev. Bridget Spain & Rory Delany – Let There Be Joy In Our Coming Together
Children’s Story – Rev. Bridget Spain – Why Poppies ?
Sunday 15th December – Service of Carols & Readings
P.O. Box 927
Blanco, TX 78606
public performance/concert $3500 - $20000
school performance $750 - $2500
Many thanks to all who participated.
Sunday 3rd May 2015
Sermon – Rev. Bridget Spain –
Reflection – Rev. Bridget Spain –
Children’s Story – Rev. Bridget Spain –
1. by W. B. Yeats, read by Tony Roche
2. The Parable of the Serpent (Anonymous) from The World Of High Holidays Vol. 1, ed. Rabbi Jack Rymer, read by Rev. Bridget Spain
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The Flying Balalaika Brothers, originally from Russia, made their debut in the US in 1995. These virtuoso musicians combined their classical training with folk traditions, creating a sensational interest in their unique blend of musical styles. They have been touring internationally, sharing their unique blend of Russian folk and classical music influenced by American bluegrass and innovative acoustic music. Between touring, they successfully present educational programs in 4 languages to students of both public and private schools, celebrating the arts in all its diversity by providing a unique approach to studying both the profound similarities and distinctive differences of people throughout history and around the world. The band's multicultural performers, in traditional costumes, present for adults and young audiences a performance which introduces the unique rhythms, harmonies, and sounds of traditional Russian folk instruments: balalaikas, spoons, bayan, and domra combined with traditional American instruments like the banjo, harmonica and guitar. The performance also fuses Russian folk and American roots music. The musical journey compares and contrasts the rich musical heritage and traditions of two cultures.