Messiah 2014 is at Westwood!

The 44th annual Messiah Concert by Cary Community Choir will be held on December 7, 2014 in the Westwood Baptist Church Sanctuary at 200 Westhigh Street in Cary.  The Choir Board of Directors is already hard at work organizing the event, planning for marketing, rehearsals, and more.

We will soon select the recipient of our annual gift from the proceeds of next year's concert benevolent sponsors and patrons.  If you are associated with a charitable organization that you would like for us to consider, please contact our Board Chair, Blair Hatcher via email at blair.t.hatcher@yahoo.com.

Click here for a map and directions to the Kirk of Westwood Baptist Church.

Want to Sing?

If you would like to sing with us, all you have to do is come to at least two of the three rehearsals.  The dress rehearsal is considered mandatory.  There is no required audition.  Bring your copy of Messiah or borrow ours.  We have a few copies available.  Questions, please contact our Conductor, David Mellnik at dmellnik@bellsouth.net or MaryBeth McDermott at beantown@bellsouth.net

Seeking Your Financial Support

As our concert is free to the Cary area communities, we are actively seeking additional funding through corporate sponsorships, grants, and memorial tributes.  If you are interested in becoming a sponsor of our annual performance, please contact us.  Each year on the night of the concert, we collect donations/offerings that help offset the costs associated with the performance as well as provide additional gift opportunities for the charitable organization to which we donate part of our proceeds.  As a note, we are a non-profit and have no paid staff.  All receipts are used either toward the event costs or donated to a chairty.

For our 2014 concert, the local charity your donations will benefit is The Center for Volunteer Caregiving; a nonprofit, faith based organization formed in 1992.  Their mission is to provide volunteer services to help Wake County seniors, family caregivers, and adults with disabilities maintain independence, dignity and quality of life.