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Sacred music concert, workshop

Ron Klusmeier is coming to Campbell River United Church on his 2012-2013 Tour of a Lifetime.

Through over 40 years of touring, Klusmeier has visited over 2,000 churches in every province and 49 of the 50 U.S. states sharing his compositions. Many of his melodies have become ‘standards’ in Christian worship. Praise to the Lord, Deep in Our Hearts, Stay with Us, Worship the Lord, Give to Us Laughter, Jesus, Teacher and Friend, Teach Me, God, to Wonder, Walls that Divide, and Wind of Change are just a few of the 700 hymns and songs he has co-created with authors like Walter Farquharson, Fred Kaan, Brian Wren, Ruth Duck, Shirley Erena Murray, John Oldham, and others.

New church music workshop with Ron Klusmeier: Thursday, Jan. 17, 3-5 p.m. Cost: free! (Pre-register)

Technology workshop with Christina Bogucki: Thursday, Jan. 17, 3-5 p.m. Cost: $30 per person.

Concert with Klusmeier and pickup choir conducted by lonnie moddle: Thursday, Jan. 17, 7:30 p.m. Tickets: $20, Children/Youth: $5 Sign up for Pickup Choir.

All events are at Campbell River United Church 415 Pinecrest Road — Campbell River Additional Information at www.musiklus.com

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