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Worship service at United Church of Los Alamos will be done a little bit differently April 13.Rather than the service presented in the form of a sermon, it will be offered in the form of music and song. The program, titled “For a Thousand Tongues to Sing,” will be a festival of Easter hymns.Suzanne Johnson, United Church music director, said the Easter hymns date clear back to the 15th and 16th century. Plainsong chants will be included the program along with great chorale pieces. Nineteenth century gospels will be presented along with contemporary pieces. The choir will perform hymns as anthems but the congregation will be able to participate, too.Additionally, the history of the different hymns will be included in the program.Johnson explained she selected Easter hymns because it is still the Easter season and there are so many “wonderful” Easter hymns that there wasn’t enough time to perform them all on Easter Sunday.
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