Presbyterians to welcome Brett Keith as soloist

At 10:30 a.m. worship on Sunday, June 11, Tyrone Presbyterians will celebrate Trinity Sunday as they welcome soloist Brett Keith, sing hymns about the Trinity and hear two organ solos about the joys of walking.
Keith, a Penn State graduate with a music major, graduated from Tyrone High in 2000, where he participated in District Regional and State Music Festivals. The eldest son of Claudia and Patrick Keith, Brett will serve as music director for Tyrone Community Players performance of “Meshuggah-Nuns” on August 11 and 12 on the stage of the Tyrone Legion. Presently, Keith works as a customer service courier for Kish Bank in State College.
Along with welcoming Brett Keith, Tyrone Presbyterians will also celebrate Trinity Sunday on this eighth Sunday after Easter by singing three hymns with words reminding believers that God the Father, Son and Holy Spirit form the divine plan of salvation. These Trinity Sunday hymns include, “Holy, Holy, Holy”, “Come, Though Almighty King” and “Eternal Father, Strong to Save”.
As the season of summer blooms in central Pennsylvania, Presbyterian Organist Richard Merryman will celebrate the joys of summer walking through two organ solos. The prelude will feature “A Humorous Walking Solo” by a composer from New Zealand, Martin Setchell. The offertory will showcase “A Parade March” by a British composer who serves as organist of the Royal Military Chapel in London, Andrew Grant.
As summer dawns in central Pennsylvania, Pastor Bob Dunkelberger urges people to tend to their spiritual needs by joining Tyrone Presbyterians for a relaxing, but uplifting service of worship this Trinity Sunday, June 11 at 10:30 a.m.