It’s winter and while this one hasn’t exactly been our coldest or snowiest, it’s still just cold enough to make you sick and tired of being cooped up in a house. We know the feeling. So here’s an activity that will get you out of the house and will also lift up your spirit!
On February 26th, Brownsville Church of the Brethren will host a special concert, “A Sheltering God”, to benefit the Hope Center. There is no admission fee but a free will offering will be collected.
The concert begins at 6pm and features singers Lauren Carnahan, Madelyn Cross, Bethany Norris and Matt Shew with accompaniment by Rob Galpin, David Martin, Terry Sparks and Marty Tisckos. In addition to the music, some of the residents of the Hope Center will give brief testimonies about their lives and how God is currently working in them. It will be a great night of music and hope!
Go ahead and mark your calendars now for Sunday, February 26th at 6pm. If that happens to be a weekend that a snow storm hits our area, there is a snow date on March 11th.
The concert is being held at Brownsville Church of the Brethren located at 1911 Rohrersville Rd, Brownsville, MD. For info about the church, please call 301.432.8354 or go to www.brownsvillecob.org.