Ken Medema in concert at Pasadena Tabernacle

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On Saturday May 25, the Pasadena Tabernacle Songsters will be presenting a joint concert with Ken Medema, one of the nation’s most “in demand” Christian artists.

Medema, blind from birth, is an accomplished singer, pianist and songwriter. He has the God-given ability to take “everyday situations” and turn them into songs of deep spiritual meaning and challenge.

“Ken has been blessed with unique talents. He will take his audience on a spiritual journey through music. Everyone who hears his songs will experience a wide range of emotions,” says Songster Leader Martin Hunt. “His instant improvised songs, taking any given situation, have both thrilled and moved audiences all around the world. We are tremendously fortunate to have him as our guest, and are looking forward to sharing in ministry with him during the Saturday night concert, and in worship on Sunday morning.”

If you are in town, plan to join the Songsters and Ken Medema for this exciting night of music. Tickets are available for $5 from the Pasadena Tabernacle Corps.

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