Pat Wellman accompanies Wagnerian soprano Helen Greenlee in sacred concert
Sit K b a Com Sun and Willow p Adult "The Concert, Rally Slated Sunday Sacred Music, District MeetAHstNaicirene A sacred musical concert and a special sermon message will be the highlights at thf First Church of (lie Nazarenu next week, the Rev. Aleck Ulmirt, pastor announced. On Sunday at 2:30 p.m., Miss Helen Greenlee, Wagnerian soprano, soprano, who has been in charge of the music during the revival the past 10 days at the church, will present the concert of music. Miss Greenlee is a graduate Olivet Nazarene College, where she was active in the musical field. She also attended the American Conservatory of Music at Chicago, where she majored in voice under the professorship of Miss Frances Krnest. She is listed in the 1954 of "Who's Who in Music." A few of the numbers to be presented are: "Come Unto Him," "Biblical Songs," "Come Ye Blessed," and "The' Holy City." Mrs. Donald Wellman vdll accompany accompany Miss Greenlee. Noted Pastor to Speak The second event of thi week will be at 7:,'!0 p.m. Wednesday. The Rev. E. S. Phillips o' Bethany, Okla., pastor of the' First Church of the Na::arene, will speak. This church is noted for having the largest iJunday School in the Nazarene denomination. denomination. It averages over 1000 in attendance. He will speak at a sepei.il Sunday School Zone Rally. Also apearing at the Wednesday Wednesday evening .service will be the Rev. Gene E. Phillips, superin- fendent of the Iowa District Church of the Nazarene, and Rev. C. D. Gadbow of Cedar Rapids, chairman of the (Church School Board of the Iowa District. Churches in Southwest Iowa be represented at this rally, the Rev. Ulmet stated.