The University of the Cumberlands Chamber Choir will perform its spring concert, “My Life Flows On in Endless Song,” on Sunday at 2 p.m. in the Episcopal Church of Our Saviour, 2323 Lexington Road in Richmond.
The concert is a benefit for UC’s Relay for Life effort.
Members of the 15-member ensemble from the Baptist college in Williamsburg are selected by audition.
Be ready to have your heart strings pulled in all directions as this select ensemble performs sacred works such as “Plenty Good Room,” “My Life Flows On in Endless Song,” “No Rocks A-Cryin’,” and “Let There Be Peace On Earth,” plus Broadway selections such as “Thank You for the Music and Time Warp.”
The concert is part of the Second Sunday at Our Saviour series which creates a venue for a variety of musical experiences while also accepting donations for community partners such as Relay for Life.
Second Sunday Concerts are free, but a $5 donation at the door is appreciated.
The Kentucky Blood Center Bloodmobile also will be onsite at the church from 9:30 a.m. through 1:30 p.m., allowing donors plenty of time to be seated for the concert.
To sign up to donate blood, visit www.kybloodcenter or call 800-775-2522.
The Second Sundays concert series has raised more than $1,800 for performers and community partners thus far in its 2011-2012 season.
Beneficiaries have included Reading Camp, Liberty Place, Hope's Wings, St. Thomas Lutheran Food Pantry, The Diocese of Haiti, Home Meals Delivery and Pattie A. Clay Regional Medical Center.
For directions or for more information about the concerts, visit the church web site at www.oursaviourky.org.