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Welcome Mark Miller to First Church!

We are excited to welcome guest composer Mark Miller to First Church from October 12th – 15th. You are invited to attend two concerts featuring the works of Mark Miller and the sounds of our sanctuary choir and youth choir. The concert on Thursday, October 12th at 7:30pm features our Sanctuary Choir and organ. The concert on Sunday night, October 15th at 6:00pm features our Youth Choir. Read more about the concerts below!

“Mostly Miller” Sacred Songs Choral Concert Part I
with First Church Sanctuary Choir and Organ
Thursday, October 12, 7:30pm
Guest composer Mark Miller and the Sanctuary Choir of First United Methodist Church present an uplifting concert which is free and open to the public. This concert features choir, organ, and compositions written by Mark Miller. Mark Miller is a prolific composer whose compositions are sung throughout the United Methodist Church and other denominations. Mark received his Bachelor of Arts in Music from Yale University and his Master of Music in Organ Performance from Juilliard. He is currently the Associate Professor of Church Music and Composer In Residence at Drew University in Madison NJ, and is a Lecturer in the Practice of Sacred Music at Yale University. A second concert featuring the Youth Choir of First United Methodist Church will take place on Sunday, October 15th at 6:00pm.

“Mostly Miller” Sacred Songs Choral Concert Part II
with First Church Youth Choir
Sunday, October 15th, 6:00pm
Guest composer Mark Miller and the Youth Choir of First United Methodist Church in downtown Pensacola present an uplifting concert which is free and open to the public. This concert will feature many compositions written by Mark Miller and will take place in the Main Sanctuary at First United Methodist Church. Mark Miller is a prolific composer whose compositions are sung throughout the United Methodist Church and other denominations. Mark received his Bachelor of Arts in Music from Yale University and his Master of Music in Organ Performance from Juilliard. He is currently the Associate Professor of Church Music and Composer In Residence at Drew University in Madison NJ, and is a Lecturer in the Practice of Sacred Music at Yale University. The concert will also include the world premier of “There’s a Wideness in God’s Mercy” – a new anthem written especially for the youth choir of First Church.