Brady Presbyterian Church to mark 100th year with concert

On Saturday, Oct. 11 at 6:30 p.m. the Brady Presbyterian Church will be hosting a free concert as part of its weekend centennial celebration. Dana Jacobson, a successful contemporary Christian songwriter and musician, will be performing with his band in the church sanctuary. Jacobson grew up in Brady and attended the Brady Presbyterian Church, where he was babtized. His mother is Barbara Jacobson and his aunt, Wilna Shropshire and grandfather, Tom Hill Miller, were Brady residents. He has enjoyed music all of his life and served as news director for KNEL radio from January to July 1979. He now practices law in San Antonio and plays music with his band. Presently in the praise band at University UMC in San Antonio, he has played at several Emmaus Walks. The Brady Presbyterian Church is encouraging everyone to come hear the sounds of one of its very own. The concert will be a combination of both contemporary and traditional sounds played on guitar, piano/keyboard and percussion. A free will offering will be taken at the doors for those who wish to contribute. To continue its festivities, the church will also host a luncheon at the Brady Middle School on Sunday, Oct. 12, beginning at 11:30 a.m.

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