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A Celebration of Love and Life

These are seasonal productions throughout the year that were either a unique or special retreat event or honored another aspect of God's great abundance and mystery of life. Below is a growing collection of these expressions of Beauty.

VideoVideo PodcastMoonlit Garden
Performed: August 7, 2020; Presented By: Reverend Blake Isaac
Music: Moonlit Garden by Angela Birkhead-Flight
Singers: Summer Isaac, Bryce Isaac, Blake Isaac, Rob Rohlmeier
Recorder: Tom Woodford

During the Covid-19 sheltering at home orders, our choir was not able to meet and prepare for Sunday worship. Summer, Bryce, Rob and Blake as residents of Questhaven decided to sing one of Summer's favorite choir songs-Moonlight Garden. This is a song that speaks to us of the mystical experiences we can have when we reach out to God and our Lord Christ in prayer and faith. Special thanks to Tom Woodford for playing the recorder.

VideoVideo PodcastGreat Jehovah
Performed: May 31, 2020; Presented By: Questhaven Residents

Great Jehovah sung by the residents of Questhaven during the coronavirus shutdown.

VideoVideo Podcast75th Anniversary Service: Alleluia by Handbell Choir
Performed: August 7, 2015; Presented By: Questhaven Handbell Choir
Director: Tom Woodford

Questhaven Handbell Choir presentation at Questhaven's 75th Anniversary Celebration in the Oak Grove.

VideoVideo PodcastThe Lord’s Prayer in Aramaic
Performed: June 23, 2013; Presented By: Questhaven Temple Dancers
Participant: Miara Wiltshire

As part of our Vernal Retreat celebration, this dance was done early in the service to illustrate a woman praying in Aramaic by saying the Lord's Prayer. It was followed at the end of the service by this same dance seen inwardly with the Angels joining her.

VideoVideo PodcastThe Lord’s Prayer in Aramaic as Seen Inwardly (with Angels)
Performed: June 23, 2013; Presented By: Questhaven Temple Dancers
Participants: Miara Wiltshire, Sarah Graybeal, Janet McGurk, Linda Wood

As part of our Vernal Retreat celebration, a dance was done early in the service to illustrate a woman praying in Aramaic by saying the Lord's Prayer. It was followed at the end of the service by this same dance now seen inwardly with the Angels joining her.