The end of April found us enjoying the beautiful farmland and picturesque Amish country of Lancaster, Pennsylvania. While there, we were blessed to be able to play at the Sight&Sound Theatre, an incredible center for Christian musical productions run by a very devout, visionary group of people. The evening was devoted to the amalgamation of two Christian schools in the area, and our performance took place alongside an inspiring message from Kirk Cameron. After the event we drove down for a quick visit to Oklahoma, where we enjoyed getting to spend time with our relatives and friends in the deep, dark woods of the Kiamichi Mountains, and then back home again. The next three weeks flew by with many household and business activities, and then we found ourselves driving out once more to South Carolina, where a weekend of many engagements awaited us.
On Friday we were privileged to perform at an instrumental conference, and the next day had a great deal of fun playing with the orchestra, teaching seminars, and getting to spend time with the spirit-filled people, all desiring to praise God through their music.
Saturday night we drove forty minutes to Taylors, South Carolina. We soon found out that Taylors is a privileged city, as it is situated not only by what used to be one of the top textile centers in the nation (Greenville, South Carolina), but the town also has delicious sources of ethnic cuisine. We tasted all sorts of delectable specialties from Italy, Greece, Sweden, and Mexico in the course of three meals! Sunday we performed at the beautiful church, which possessed a vivacious, full congregation. It was a very fun concert for us.
And so you have, in a nutshell, what the Annie Moses Band has been up to for the last couple weeks. Many blessings to you all!