Sunday, December 24, 2006
The Medfield choir at a recent rehearsal
Hundreds of musicians across Boston's western suburbs are looking forward to tonight, when they will give one of their biggest performances of the year. For months, choirs have polished their performances of timeless, uplifting songs.
"As we say," said Michael Olbash, 32, of Bellingham, music director at the United Church of Christ in Medfield, " No one's going to leave church humming the sermon."
"The singing gives me joy," Deb Kumpf of Medfield said in a Globe West story today. "I can share that gift God gave me with the congregation."
-- Mark C.N. Sullivan