May 5 (Sun), 2:30PM
@ Christ the King Lutheran Church
(10550 Georgetown Pike, Great Falls, VA 22066)
In 1885, two American missionaries landed on the Korean peninsula to spread the good news. Now South Korea is one of the ‘Biggest Exporters’ of the Gospel in the world. During the Korean War, hundreds of thousands of American soldiers fought and sacrificed and laid the foundation for today's democracy, religious freedom, and economic boom. As a humble expression of gratitude, the FEBC Children’s Choir has been performing for many years in many cities and towns across the United States. Now they are coming to Great Falls! Cheerful adaptations, warm smiles, and thorough professionalism characterize their performance. Colorful costumes and traditional Korean dance add to the excitement and pageantry of this one-hour concert. Join us for a delightful program and to honor decades of U.S.-Korean friendship. NO CHARGE FOR ADMISSION BUT SEATS ARE LIMITED. Church parking and the entrance are in the back of the church.
*This concert is sponsored by the Great Falls Area Ministries (GFAM) and the Far East Broadcasting Company (FEBC)–Busan station.
[ Smith Chapel History Event ]
Great Falls and the Potomac before and after the Civil War: Local experience of slavery, emancipation, railroads, industrialization & recreation
Presentation by Mike High, author of The C&O Canal: Journal Through Potomac History, Johns Hopkins University Press, 2015
Saturday, June 8, 2019
@ Smith Chapel UMC (11321 Beach Mill Road, Great Falls, VA)
10:30-11am: Registration, Free Refreshments
11am to Noon (followed by a Q&A session)
*FREE EVENT - Pre-registration strongly encouraged.