Music With A Mission offers concerts while benefiting local and global organizations.
On Friday, May 20th, at 7 p.m., Zoar Lutheran presented another “expression of gratitude” in our sanctuary. Conductor Michael Smith, the Select Strings Orchestra of Perrysburg High School, the Academy Brass Quintet, and Sonia Perez joined forces for a project featuring music by Gustav Mahler, Antonin Dvořák, and many other outstanding figures of the classical canon.
On Friday, June 3rd, at 7 p.m., Zoar Lutheran hosted The Toledo International Youth Orchestra conducted by its artistic director, Jay Welenc, as they prepared for their cultural ambassadorship to South America.
On Friday, July 1st, at 7 p.m., Zoar Lutheran became the regional performance venue of choice for the Swedish Youth Choir as part of their busy American tour.
On Saturday, July 16th, at 7:30 p.m., the electrifying sounds of North Carolina-based guitarist, Mark Kroos, and his double-necked guitar filled Zoar Lutheran.
Most recently, on Sunday, February 12th, at 4 p.m., the grand sounds of organist David Cherwein filled Zoar with song as the congregation joined in the Hymn-Sing Festival.
Pictured (LtoR): Music Director Omaldo Perez, Jeff Willbarger Executive Director of The Daughter’s Project, Pastor Tim Philabaum
Pictured (LtoR): Christina Rodriguez Executive Director of Mom’s House and Music Director Omaldo Perez
Pictured (LtoR): Pastor Tim Philabaum, Music Director Omaldo Perez, Shirley Kliest President of Perrysburg Christians United
Pictured (LtoR): Pastor Mike Brown, Music Director Omaldo Perez, Tracy Rickman Chair of Feed Our Families, Pastor Tim Philabaum
Pictured (LtoR): Pastor Tim Philabaum, Music Director Omaldo Perez, Dr. Jay and Jan Nielsen of Lutheran World Relief