Join Skyline Community Church in worship on Sunday, Feb 16 in a celebration of love, music and poetry!
We’ll have Special Music during the 10 AM worship service and a 30 minute set at 11:30 after fellowship with Rachel Garcia and Thu Tran, known as The Singer and the Songwriter.
from their website: Rachel Garcia and Thu Tran create music as vibrant and diverse as their multiracial backgrounds. Rachel’s rich, nuanced vocal delivery and Thu’s dynamic guitar arrangements provide the backbone for the duo’s eclectic and heartfelt songs that tell emotionally honest and compelling stories.
Their identities as mixed-race-Mexican-American and first-generation-Vietnamese-American (respectively) subtly inform the inclusionary, modernist perspective of their lyrics, which provide “smart commentary on social attitudes” (Pasadena Weekly), while their music and melodies cut across decades of classic American song forms, bending and blending genres to produce a unique sound with a fresh, clever and distinct approach to the classic traditions of American jazz, folk and blues.
Submit Feb 11; Poetry Collection available Feb 16
Why? Because, at the dawn of this new decade, we need love, we need poetry, we need your voice! So, let’s have a poetry sharing on the theme of love! It can be a poem that you wrote, or one of your favorites!
Why would you want to take part? For many reasons!!
- it’s safe – it can be anonymous
- poetry is alive, and personal
- we need your voice of love
- special prizes – donated by Charlie Holmes, to be raffled off among participants!
How Do I Write a Poem? https://www.poetrynation.com/article-categories/improving-your-poetry/
Please submit your entries by Tuesday, Feb 11th, noon to to firstname.lastname@example.org , where we will compile them. Contact Pastor Laurie with questions. Enjoy your poetry experience!
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