Georgia Bulletin

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Members of St. Michael the Archangel Youth Choir, Woodstock, created an album to raise money to buy choir robes. The young singers are directed by Nila Alexander, left. The album is titled, “Now Let the Heavens Be Joyful: Seasons of Song.”

St. Michael the Archangel Youth Choir creates CD

Published February 19, 2015

WOODSTOCK—The youth choir at St. Michael the Archangel Church, in Woodstock, has created an album. If you enjoy beautiful singing and want to share your Catholic faith in song, buying this CD of the youth choir can help sustain the choir’s mission.

Titled, “Now Let the Heavens Be Joyful: Seasons of Song,” the CD is being sold for $10, a purchase that helps the choir get closer to its goal. They hope to purchase choir robes to wear at the dedication of the new church building this summer.

The 22-member choir is directed by Nila Alexander and accompanied by Michael Ostro, parish director of music liturgy and organist, and Stacey Hill on flute.

Payment for the CD can be made by check to St. Michael the Archangel Church with “Youth Choir CD” on the memo line.

To order a CD or support the choir, contact Alexander at