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2018 Nights of Christmas Coming Soon!

Plan to attend the 2018 Nights of Christmas event on December 27, 28 and 29 at the Metigoshe Ministries’ Christian Center. This year’s entertainment is as follows:

December 27

Red River Worship brings an incredible sound to our stage as we try something new for Nights of Christmas in 2018! In recent years, many churches have been gathering in public places, like bars and restaurants, and singing favorite church songs: hymns, camp songs and contemporary worship music. We will gather around tables for a night of “Cider and Song” – both listening and singing along with these talented musicians from Fargo/Moorhead and Alexandria MN. Red River Worship includes Nolan Weisz from Calvary Lutheran in Alexandria and Jon Dahl, Eric Addington and Camp Metigoshe alum Kevin Stenstrom  from Good Shepherd Lutheran in Moorhead and Fargo.

December 28

Thistle & Lace is husband and wife, Jon and Ashley McLemore. They are joined by Bradley McClendon in an “eclectic, acoustic trio that combines spot-on harmonies with music from the past eight decades,” with a special emphasis on folk and country sounds. You might recognize Jon as one of the acapella vocalists from the group Street Corner Symphony – they were runners-up in season 2 of NBC’s The Sing-Off in 2010. Thistle & Lace is based out of Dixon IL, and has toured throughout the United States. It is a show that you are sure to love!

December 29

Colleen Reinhardt is a talented pianist and singer from Bismarck ND. She is an accomplished church musician who also has performed widely both as a part of groups and as a solo artist. You may have heard Colleen at the 2018 Hostfest in Minot.

Too Old to Stand is a talented group of Bottineau-area musicians who have been getting audiences on their feet since 2017. They cover a wide range of musical styles and have performed widely throughout North Dakota. Band members include Shane Parsons, Luther Olson, Tim Hines, Brady Michel and Metigoshe Ministries’ own site and facilities director, Robert Marum.