Wednesday, December 8, 2010

St. Romanus Chorale to perform in Galveston

Rev. Clergy, members and friends of the St. Romanos Chorale.

The time for the presentations of the music of the Nativity of Christ, by the Chorale, is only a couple of day away. We invite all of our brother and sister Orthodox Christians and hope to have many non-Orthodox Christians in attendance.

Our main purposes in presenting these programs are:

To give thanks to Almighty God for the Gift of His Son, Jesus Christ
To witness the birth of Christ as the real reason and spirit of Christmas
To honor the Theotokos, "birth giver of God"
To strengthen our Orthodox Christian family
To expose the spirituality and beauty of the Orthodox Christian Faith to the uninitiated

Attached you will find a flyer with a brief description of the presentations, dates and venues. Many of you have previously received this attachment along with a request to forward the invitation to your family and friends.
It would be a great assist if you would, even if you have already done so, forward the flyer.
We are trying to show a "Merry Christmas", not a "Happy Holiday".

Thank you and God Bless you and your loved ones,

Bill Attra

“God is with us”
The st. Romanos chorale in concert presents
in anticipation of the nativity of Christ
the beautiful and spiritual ORTHODOX CHRISTIAN music of the Christmas season

1824 Ball St.
Galveston, Texas 77551
Saturday, December 11, 2010 at 7:00 P.M.

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