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All-Church Music Fest at St. Henry's

This Sunday, Jan. 27, at 2 p.m. history will repeat itself in in Perham--with performances from all the churches that make up the spiritual heritage of the community.

This Sunday, Jan. 27, at 2 p.m. history will repeat itself in in Perham--with performances from all the churches that make up the spiritual heritage of the community.

This will mark the 4th year that every church of Perham and even some surrounding churches will gather together and share musical selections.

Over the years the attendance has increased and the opportunity to meet each other has been met with greater enthusiasm. Last year nearly 500 people gathered at the All-Church Music Fest.

Each year a theme is set and an offering is taken to help out with special needs that are happening either in the world or in the local community of Perham. The theme of this year's event is "Thanksgiving".

Each church in Perham and the surrounding area will be sharing two songs that reflect the heart and flavor of their own church. Each pastor will also share a scripture on Thanksgiving and introduce their music team.

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The public is encouraged to come, meet the pastors of our community and listen to some great inspiring music from their worship leaders.

The time is set at 2 p.m. at St. Henry's Catholic Church and there will be bars and refreshments after the service.

Feel free to contact any of the churches in the Perham area for more information on the event.

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