Christian singer Joanie Kotanen was a guest performer and service leader at the Snow Valley Christian Fellowship on Sunday

Singing on Sunday

Travelling musician Joanie Kotanen graced the Snow Valley Christian Fellowship on Sunday, July 26 with her songs.

Travelling musician Joanie Kotanen graced the Snow Valley Christian Fellowship on Sunday, July 26 with her songs.

Kotanen led the church’s service with sing-a-long hymns and her own original works.

Anecdotes from Reader’s Digest and her personal history were also provided in-between songs of praise.

The performance was a highlight for the church as it had recently undergone approximately six weeks of internal renovations including redoing the church’s carpet and sound system.

“It was a lot of work but it really does look so much better now,” said church member Linda Johnson.

Finishing touches on the renovation will extend to the kitchen as well as railings outside the building.

A soup and bun potluck was held after the service for all churchgoers to attend.

 

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