To encourage and energize Christian women of all ages towards mentorship and service through the art of choral singing.
We are excited to be back together again after a more than two-year hiatus! The title of this concert is, "O Pulse of My Heart." This is not a ticketed event however, we will take be taking donations. All proceeds from this event will go to our partnering organization, "The Dream House." Please consider coming prepared to give to this organization to help support their work with young ladies who are aging out of foster care, are facing homelessness, leaving domestic violence or are single moms. This event is sponsored by Messiah University.
Women have impacted the art of song through the ages. For some, it was their own pen which created the song, while for others, it was their story. This concert program will guide the listener through the music that celebrates the women who have impacted song through the ages.
Scars will fashion themselves on us in different ways, never to leave. But what will we say about those scars when someone sees them? Hurt happens; sin happens. The question is, what will we do with it? Will we allow the scars to rest with no purpose on the surface of our skin? Or will we use it to tell the story Christ?
"Threefold Women's Choir has been the perfect opportunity to sing in a choir at a high level of musicianship. I love being able to put in the time that I have, and be a part of something meaningful, a ministry that Rachel has created that not only raises money for a cause, but ministers to the women in the choir by providing fellowship and choosing music that allows us to praise and reflect back on our lives and our souls. I love to sing with these people, and especially with Rachel because as a singer, it is so refreshing to rehearse in a low-stress, joyful, passion-filled environment. The musical result is always high quality and the concerts are memorable. I would highly suggest this experience to any woman who loves music and reads well, and is looking for a short-term opportunity for fellowship and choral singing."Steph Magaro-6-8 Vocal Music Teacher
"It was such a joy to join Three Fold Women's Chorus in September. I saw the Spring 2018 concert on a friend's Facebook page and thought it might be something I would enjoy. I was excited to get the music and begin learning my part. It was quite difficult at first because I was so used to learning in a group, I am not the best at sight reading and don't have access to a piano right now. I almost gave up but I am so glad to have persevered. This past Saturday of intense rehearsals, friendships made and then the concert made all the work worth it. Praise the Lord for beautiful music and lyrics and voices to sing praise to our Creator. And thank you Lord for our wonderful director. :)"Lois Natale - Retired
"When I saw a clip on FB of one of the songs (breathtakingly beautiful harmonies), I knew I had to do whatever it took to be with this group again. I had a profound moment while singing '....hold your hand in the darkness' )from Elaine Hagenberg's 'As the Rain Hides the Stars'). I have a medical test coming up in a week (a repeat of an earlier one) to further check some findings, and the unknown can be dark and frightening. It could turn out to be nothing, but I have had anxious feelings come and go. While we were singing, I sensed a peace that, no matter what, He will be the One holding my hand in the darkness. Keep singing, sisters, even if we only sing together for a few moments each year.Aleta Leatherman, K-12 Vocal Music Teacher