Voices and instruments to tell the Passion of Christ

A Lenten Cantata, “Song of the Shadows”, will be presented by the Most Holy Redeemer and St. John Lutheran Church choirs on Friday, March 15, at 6:30 p.m. at Most Holy Redeemer Church. Everyone is invited to join in this prayerful meditation on the passion of Christ. Lending their voices to the Cantata are (front row, from left) Ted Doyle, John Thuente, Bob Ruhland, Don Marcussen, Glen Wondra, Dave King, (second row) Jean Franke, Maryann Kaul, Carol Kaderlik, Joan Kadrlik, Kathy Ruhland, Cathy Herrmann, Carol Kiekow, Kathy Heyda, (third row) Shannon Buncher, Brenda Novak, Rosemary Thuente, Ann Becker, Jan Ruhland, Ann Doyle, Rianna Doyle, Liz Krocak, and Peggy Hentges. Missing from the choir are Jessica Westerman and Sandra Gilhousen. Conducting the Cantata is Dennis Lambrecht (foreground) and the orchestra of Clare McCrady, Annie McCrady, Allistair McCrady, George Doyle, Rita Medvec, Dan Nonweiler, Sara Richter, Kevin Krohn, Kirk Beyer and Justin Tollefson. The reader is Todd Deutsch. Before or after this presentation, people can enjoy a Lenten supper serving a variety of soups, salads, and desserts. See how delicious a meatless meal can be! Free will donations will go to support the growing youth ministry program and the Steubenville North Conference for HRS Parish teens. Serving hours will be from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. in the Holy Redeemer School cafeteria.(Wade Young Photo)