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Children’s, Junior and Youth Choirs

The Tale of Three Trees, a musical, by Tom Long and Allen Pote, will be presented by the Junior and Children’s Choirs on Friday, April 28, at 7 p.m. and Sunday, April 30, at 8:30 a.m. worship in the church Sanctuary. Join us as our children lead us in worship! ​

The Children’s Choir (grades K-2) and Junior Choir (grades 2-6): The Tale of the Three Trees Cast, Crew, Family, and Friends Potluck Party is at noon this Sunday at THE FARM (the UNC Recreation Facility at 1 Alice Ingram Circle, Chapel Hill). Bring food to share, and come celebrate a great choir year!

The Youth Choir (grades 6-12): rehearses this Sunday for the last time this school year from 5-6 p.m. in Vance Barron Hall. The Youth Choir is preparing to sing next Sunday, May 7, at 11:00 a.m. worship. Immediately following worship on May 7, the seniors in choir will be recognized for their service by receiving the gift of the pewter Chorister’s Guild Cross necklace. Sixth graders in choir will receive the Glory to God Presbyterian Hymnal. The Youth Choir will meet at 4:45 p.m. on May 7 at United Church of Chapel Hill to rehearse and prepare for the Youth Benefit Concert at 7:00 p.m. in their sanctuary. Bring $5 for dinner, and wear a solid blue, purple, or green T-shirt (no writing on the shirt) and dark pants, skirt, or shorts. See you at rehearsal!

The Youth Choir Benefit Concert, Draw the Circle Wide, will be May 7 at 7 p.m. at the United Church of Chapel Hill. This is the third annual Chapel Hill Youth Choir Benefit Concert, and it has grown from two youth choirs, UPC and UUMC in 2015, to five area youth choirs! This year UPC Youth Choir will join youth choirs from Binkley Baptist, Holy Trinity Lutheran, University United Methodist, and United Church of Chapel Hill in presenting this benefit concert. Youth representatives from each choir decided the concert offering would benefit The Refugee Support Center in Carrboro. As special guests, the Karen Choir, a choir made up of refugees from Burma, will offer their own selections. A wide range of music styles will be represented, including traditional Karen, African, Gospel, contemporary, and classical. Join us on May 7!

For more information about Children’s, Junior and Youth Choirs, contact Beth Auman Visser at or (919) 929-2102 ext. 118.