Dream a Dream – A Canadian Foodgrains Bank Cantata
“Our Goal is a World without Hunger”
“providing food in times of crisis for hungry people in the developing world; helping people grow more food to better feed themselves and their families; and providing nutritional support to malnourished people with a focus on pregnant and breastfeeding mothers and young children.”
“Dream a Dream” will be presented as part of a lesson & carols style event featuring readings both from scripture and from the Canadian Foodgrains Bank. Among our readers is Margaret Tusz-King, a national board member for the Foodgrains Bank. The event will include both music from the cantata and an opportunity for the audience to join us in singing more familiar carols. Jennie Del Motte will be leading the choir.
Admission is free, and there will be a freewill offering as part of the event. 100% of funds raised will go to the Canadian Foodgrains Bank.
How you can get involved:
Join our cantata choir: we welcome anyone interested in participating in our choir, with weekly rehearsals beginning in December. All ages and skill levels are welcome! Please contact us if you are interested in participating!View/Download the music HERE
Here is our rehearsal schedule: Sunday December 2 – 12:45-2pm at Sackville United Church Saturday December 8 – 9-10:30am at Sackville United Church Sunday December 16 – 12:45-2pm at Sackville United Church Wednesday December 19 – 7-9pm at Sackville United Church Sunday December 23 – 1:30-2:30pm at Sackville United Church Fundraising Concert is at 3pmSingers do NOT need to be at all rehearsals in order to participate.
Spread the word: we aim to raise as much as possible for the Canadian Foodgrains Bank while enjoying beautiful music and inspiring words, so tell your friends and family!
Join us on December 23rd at 3pm: we hope to fill each and every seat!
As we think of the story of Mary, a pregnant mother who was displaced and forced to flee her home with her young child, who must have struggled to find food and suffered hunger and malnutrition as her family escaped to Egypt, we are inspired to take action to support the millions of young mothers just like her in the world today.