Joyful Noise Choir

More than 45 members of the Joyful Noise Choir and the six member Joyful Noise Band (behind the pulpit) pause during a rehearsal for their fall concert, “That Old Time Gospel Music.” The concert is Nov. 21 at 7 p.m. at the Menomonie United Methodist Church.

The Joyful Noise Choir Fall Concert, “That Old Time Gospel Music,” is Tuesday, Nov. 19 at 7 p.m. at the Menomonie United Methodist Church. The hour–long program includes such gospel favorites as “Amen, Amen,” “I’ll Fly Away,” “Just a Closer Walk with Thee,” and “He’s Got the Whole World in His Hands.”

The choir is accompanied by the Joyful Noise Band, comprised of Judy Ferguson and Marvin Whitman, guitar; Dominique Stewart, violin; Rhonda Whitman, keyboard; Rob Mondlock, drums; and Henry Henning, bongos.

The Joyful Noise Choir, directed by Linda Bark, is open to anyone with or without disabilities who enjoys singing. It presents two concerts a year and sang the national anthem at a Ludington Guard Band concert last summer.

There is no charge for admission. Refreshments are served after the concert. The handicapped–accessible United Methodist Church, which has sponsored a choir since 2009 as part of its commitment to serving the community, is at 2703 Bongey Dr. Phone 715-235-0654 for more information.

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Barbara Lyon is the editor of The Dunn County News in Menomonie, WI.

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