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Concordia at Cabot 2018 Christmas Cantata

The Concordia Alleluia Chorale will present its annual Christmas Cantata on Tuesday, Dec. 4 at 7 p.m. in the Haven I Dining Room at 112 Marwood Road in Cabot, PA 16023, entrances 2A and 2B. The Cantata is free and open to the public.

This year’s performance, titled “The Whole World Sings” is directed by Concordia Haven III resident Carol Kaltenhauser, who has been directing both the Easter and Christmas sacred musicals for the last eight years.   

The Chorale consists of 30 Concordia residents. The program will include a number of familiar carols – Silent Night, We Three Kings and What Child Is This? as well as compositions called, Is Your Heart Prepared for A King? And Heaven’s Child.” Rev. Ralph Storm and Judy Eshelman, residents of Haven I and Carol Schick a resident in Haven III are narrators.  The performance is accompanied by pianists Martha France (Haven I) and Lois Volstad (Haven II).  

Click here for Google Maps directions. Following the Cantata performance refreshments will be served. For more information on this event, please contact Kassie Walker at 724-352-1571 ext. 8273.


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