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Winter Sing in Waldoboro

Feb 12, 2020
Performing in the Winter Sing are, clockwise from top left, Echoes of Faith, Kindred Hearts, Scott Brunt and Heaven’s Blend.

Waldoboro — There's been snow, rain, sleet, ice, very cold temperatures, wind and everything in-between so far this winter and many could use an afternoon of fellowship and great gospel music. All are invited Saturday, Feb. 22, from 1 to 5 p.m. to the North Waldoboro Church of the Nazarene (intersection of Rte. 220 and the Old Augusta Road) for a Winter Sing with Kindred Hearts, Heaven’s Blend, Echoes of Faith and Scott Brunt. This is a multi-church event. It’s being held at a Nazarene church and the singers come from Baptist and Pentecostal churches.

Kindred Hearts is a Southern Gospel singing group based in central Maine. The group's mission is a simple one, to spread the Gospel message through song and word testimony encouraging both believers and non-believers to face life’s hardships and challenges by God’s grace. Comprised of three siblings, Brian Woodbury, Amy Woodbury Dillon and Diane Woodbury Briggs, Kindred Hearts is well known throughout Maine and Brian can be heard as the morning host on God’s Country radio where he is also the network music director.

Echoes of Faith is based at Faith Baptist Church in Newcastle. Those who remember The Campbells are already familiar with two of the members of Echoes of Faith, Cindy Campbell Frith and her husband Bill Frith. Joined by their pastor’s wife, Julie O'Donnell, they formed Echoes of Faith and their music definitely echoes their faith.

Scott Brunt lives in New Hampshire, but is well known in this area having formerly crooned with The Campbells, performed as a soloist at local churches and Cottage in the Woods, and recently sung bass with Kindred Hearts.

Heaven’s Blend was formed in 2000, and is a trio. Tom Rawley, a Waldoboro native, has been the senior pastor of the Waldoboro Word of Life Church for more than 30 years and has performed with other groups locally. Pastor Gary Leet heads the Lisbon Faith Bible Church, and is founder and teacher of Life-Changing Faith Bible Center. Tim Connelly is a worship leader at the Waldoboro Word of Life Church and also ministers in many area churches as “Just Tim." The three create a special blend of music and ministry.

Admission is free but a love offering will be taken. For more information, call 446-3288.

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