Well-known musician Robin Mann is set to perform at Mooroopna Uniting Church on February 13.By Kaitlin Thals
The world-renowned couple have been performing music for worship, celebration and meditation for more than 45 years.
This month Mooroopna Uniting Church has invited Mr Mann to present and perform some of his music at the church.
The church’s Chris Clark said this was a great opportunity to see the singer/songwriter live.
‘‘His material is in continuous use across Australia and throughout the world because it helps inspire and motivate God’s diverse people,’’ Mr Clark said.
Mr Clark said Mr Mann first intended to be a minister, but soon became inspired by numerous popular singers and writers, such as the Beatles, Bob Dylan and Paul Simon.
‘‘Robin lets songs carry the message,’’ he said.
Mr Mann’s collection includes Father Welcomes all his Children, Feed us now Bread of Life, A Christmas Blessing, Pentecost Prayer and May we be One.
‘‘More than 100 of his songs have been published, with some in the Australian hymn book,’’ Mr Clark said.
‘‘Robin Mann will impress you with his talent and inspire you to sing along, so come along and find out what a great night out is.’’
At the end of the evening there will be a Retiring Offering towards Robin Mann’s Ministry.
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