D&E President, Concert Choir Participating in Worship at Davis Memorial Presbyterian Church

ELKINS – Davis & Elkins College President Chris A. Wood, the College Concert Choir and Assistant Director of Institutional Advancement: Foundation and Church Relations Tina Vial will share their faith at the 11 a.m. February 16 service at Davis Memorial Presbyterian Church in Elkins. The Choir will perform several selections, Vial will serve as liturgist and Wood will deliver the sermon.

Wood, a native of Huntington, West Virginia, is an ordained United Methodist minister. His sermon for the service is titled “Love Bears All Things,” based on Luke 15:11-24.

The Choir will perform “Blessed Be Your Name” by Joel Raney; “Living Hope” by Joseph Martin; “Who You Say I Am” by Morgan and Fielding; “Amazing Grace – My Chains are Gone” by Newton, Tomlin and Giglio; and “What a Beautiful Name” by Ben Fielding and Brooke Ligertwood.

Under the direction of Liz Marshall-MacVean and accompanied by Donna Baroudi Huffman, the choir’s repertoire also includes a secular set of music for non-sacred choral events.

Members are: Megan Augustine of Dallas, Georgia; Emily Bell of Coal City; Sarah Bodkins of Coalton; Destiny Brown of Elkins; Seth Croston of Philippi; Cassiday Eash of Johnstown, Pennsylvania,  Robert Fields of Pecks Mill; Jennifer Harmon of Elkins; Megan Huffnagel of Elkins; Lavania Lemasters of Stonewood; Lauren Lunemann of New Milton; Christian Paugh of Clarksburg; Sierra Petry of Charleston; Aliyah Plum of Elkins; Alexander Pritt of Elkins; Molly Prutsok of Summersville; Anna Ruf of Belington; Lilliana Sigley of Elkins; Autumn Simon of Milton, Florida; Emily Tedesco of Reisterstown, Maryland; Jessica Walton of Dunmore; Emma Watson of Beverly; and Matthew Weintraub of Lewisburg.

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