Hope-Joy-Love-Peace an Ardent celebration

Vocalist Aliyah Douglas

Vocalist Aliyah Douglas

Terry Baringer

One of the most anticipated events of the Christmas season for the women of Community Church at SaddleBrooke and their friends and neighbors has been the Advent Celebration hosted by the Women’s Ministry. This special program has become an annual tradition for many ladies for the past 10 years.

The women will enjoy a delicious lunch served in the MountainView Ballroom that will be decked out to reflect the joy of the season. A special treat is in store with music provided by the Gatekeepers and vocalist Aliyah Douglas. The Gatekeepers, a well-known acappella group from Ironwood Hills Church in Tucson, incorporates different styles of music including contemporary, gospel, black gospel, rhythm and blues and classical. You will be amazed at the vocal range of eleven-year-old Aliyah Douglas. Aliyah is a local celebrity attending Wilson K-8 School in Oro Valley. The many awards to her credit include the first place winner of the national New York Lyric Opera Vocal competition and America’s Amateur Model and Talent Competition.

This Advent Celebration will be held on Friday, December 4, 2015, at 11:00 a.m. in the MountainView Ballroom at SaddleBrooke Two, 38759 MountainView Boulevard, Tucson 85739. To make reservations, please send your check in the amount of $20 made payable to CCSB to Margaret Falkowski, 38950 S. Windwood Drive, Tucson 85739. Would you like to sit with a group of your friends? If so, please list their names along with your telephone number and email address when sending your registration check. Registrations must be made by November 29. Your check is your receipt.

Should you have any questions please call Margaret Falkowski at 520-469-7268 or Mary Baglien at 520-825-1262.

The Women’s Ministry of the Community Church at SaddleBrooke looks forward to sharing this joyous afternoon with you.

CCSB is a non-denominational group of believers meeting at the DesertView Theatre in SaddleBrooke every Sunday morning at 8:30 a.m. All are welcome.