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Then Sings My Soul:

Beloved Hymns & Songs Inspired by the Ministry of Billy Graham

Featuring 4 professional vocalists from the Lancaster, Pennsylvania area, "Then Sings My Soul" highlights inspiring hymns of faith and devotion often sung at Reverend Billy Graham's famous Crusades. Another original Red Caboose Motel production, written by Lancaster County resident Kat Prickett, "Then Sings My Soul" highlights historical moments in Reverend Graham's ministry and includes a look at the history behind some of the most famous hymns - many of which were written as a result of tragic and trying circumstances. Featuring favorites such as How Great Thou Art, I’d Rather Have Jesus, His Eye is on the Sparrow and Just As I Am, we hope to spread joy and encouragement amidst today's often broken world. There’s even an old-fashioned hymn sing, just like in the "good old days"! Featuring the vocal talents of Seth Garrett Antes, Bryson Buffington, Kat Prickett and Holly Wert. Musical Direction by Scott Williams. Staging by Dan Deal.

This program is available to come to your church, school or organization’s next event. Duration is approximately one hour and 15 minutes with no intermission, and is offered as pay-what-you-will. Please email kprickett@redcaboosemotel.com or call 717-687-5000 for more information or to book a performance.

Upcoming Performances

Sun., November 11 | 7PM

Grace Baptist Church

780 Woodland Avenue

Lewisberry, PA 17339

717-938-6902

“The program took us on a journey back to our good ole’ days...the depth of using hymnals, tent meetings, large crowd gatherings to hear the gospel message, and down right solid blessings!....Our hearts are soaked in Praise today. Blessed beyond measure!”
— Marlin & Pat Keller
“The Landis Homes residents were so blessed by “Then Sings My Soul”. The cast was amazing, and the songs and stories touched us deeply…heart, soul and spirit! Thank you for making this special outing possible for us!”
“The music filled my soul and left me with joy for the day. Hymns not often sung anymore and just the memories of Mr. Graham were awesome. Having visited the library it is such a joy to know that others may someday see it and the legacy left there. May God bless all those involved and be with you as you plan for more events.”
— Kay Straley