MERIDIAN HERALD RECEIVES
2014 GEORGIA GOVERNOR'S AWARD FOR THE ARTS AND HUMANITIES
The Governor's Awards for the Arts and Humanities honor outstanding individuals and organizations that have made significant contributions to Georgia's civic and cultural vitality through service to the humanities or excellence in the arts.
Read more at the Georgia Council for the Arts website.
MERIDIAN HERALD exists to promote the interaction of worship, music and culture, bridging communities and traditions of the past and present. Through worship services, concerts, programs, and publications of exceptional quality and artistic character, Meridian Herald seeks to challenge the church and society to higher ideals of creativity and moral purpose. Meridian Herald's unique worship services, science and theology programs, lectures, storytelling events, and commissioned music address contemporary society's need for imagination and spiritual depth, while emphasizing the indigenous traditions of the South. Established in 1997, Meridian Herald has distinguished itself as a creative force in the cultural life of Atlanta and the Southeast.
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Higher Ground Camp Meeting Service, Saturday, August 15, 2015, 6:00 p.m.
Historic Epworth Church, Epworth Georgia
Craig Kocher, Preacher
Steven Darsey, Music Director
Lisa Jacobi and Playing on the Planet, Bluegrass-Gospel
Whit and Barbara, Appalachian Old-Time Music
Betty and Shirley Turner, Mountain Gospel
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