Building bridges of communication, reconciliation and understanding between all ethnic and religious groups in the Piedmont.
Saturday, April 21, 2012
A True Tapestry of Song!
Sunday is the day! Join us tomorrow, April 22, at First Lutheran Church, to hear the Triad Tapestry Children's Chorus in concert. Not only that, but they will be joined by alumni and friends for the second half.
Celebrate two decades of gathering the Triad's children to sing together songs of hope and fellowship!
As a part of the 175th Anniversary Celebration of the City of Greensboro, Dr. James E. Hull, was asked by our city leaders to stage a citywide gathering highlighting the community's spiritual heritage. This "Ecumenical Celebration of Thanksgiving" was held in 1983 in the heart of the city at the Carolina Theater.
The multi-media presentation was sensitive to include the Native Americans, all age groups, as well as all races, all cultural, ethnic and faith groups in our city. It was truly a Thanksgiving Celebration that brought the diverse community together and that everyone could enter into enthusiastically.