Community Worship Service Program
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Yvonne Vautier-DeLay
Welcome

Katie Clark, Violin and Kelsey Webb, Piano
All Creatures of Our God and King
music from Geistliche Kirchengesange 1623
arranged by Sam Cardon
Come, Thou Fount of Every Blessing
music by John Wyeth
arranged by David Zabriskie

Katie and Kelsey

Cloverdale Church of God Worship Team
Leaning On The Everlasting Arms
lyrics : Elisha Albright Hoffman
music : Anthony J. Showalter
Graves Into Gardens
by Brandon Lake, Chris Brown, Steven Furtick, and Tiffany Hammer
Jesus At the Centre by Eben

Cloverdale Music

Reverend Robert Walters, Pastor
Amity Campus of Cathedral of the Rockies
Homily

Cathedral Campanile Quartet
Blessed Assurance
Composer Phoebe Knapp
Arranger Kevin McChesney.
Fugue in C Major
Composer J.S. Bach
Arranger Charles Maggs,
Give Thanks
Compose Henry Smith
Arranger Sondra K. Tucker

Dr. Del Parkinson, piano
Widmung (Dedication)
by Schumann, arranged by Liszt
Op. 27 No. 2, Moonlight Sonata
by Beethoven

Dr. Del Parkinson

Reverend Robert Walters
Prayer

Musician Bios

Piano & Violin Duo

Raised in Ontario, Oregon, violinist Katie Jensen Clark began her musical training in the Treasure Valley. She then studied violin performance and music education with Rebecca McFaul at Utah State University (BM) and with Dr. Katherine McLin at Arizona State University (MM). From her solo debut with the Treasure Valley Symphony at the age of 16, she has also soloed with the Magic Valley Symphony and the Utah State University Symphony. Before becoming a mother, Katie loved teaching orchestra for three years in the public schools in Gilbert, Arizona. She has been a member of the American Festival Choir and Orchestra, Utah Festival Opera & Musical Theater, Symphony of the Southwest, Superstition String Quartet, and after returning to the Treasure Valley in 2018, she was excited to be able to join the Boise Philharmonic. Katie is happy to be raising her young family in beautiful Idaho with her husband, David.

Kelsey Webb is a native of Nampa, Idaho where she studied piano with Monica Hughes and violin with Katy Green. She earned a Bachelor of Musical Arts degree in piano performance from Brigham Young University – Idaho and a Masters of Music from the University of Northern Colorado. Kelsey now lives in Meridian where she teaches piano and violin lessons and performs with Millennial Choirs and Orchestras. She has been married for 14 years to a wonderfully supportive husband and is the mother of four spirited children.

Cloverdale Church of God

The Cloverdale Church of God Worship Team is made up of musicians with varied backgrounds, but all having a passion for worship and providing opportunities for others to connect with God through worship. As the team serves on a weekly basis at Cloverdale Church of God for 2-3 services every Sunday, they are close-knit and constantly seeking deeper relationship with God through serving and bringing their best praise every week. The team is made up of vocalists, Matt Nu’uvali (an entrepreneur and prison ministry developer), Karin Allen (office manager in an accounting firm), acoustic guitarist – Nick Nydegger (retired engineer), drummer – Jake Englehorn (professional drummer and teacher), electric guitarists – Louis Tlucek (worker at his family dairy), Eli Timoteo (retired military and plant worker), and pianist/vocalist – Dee Sienknecht. Dee is the director of the group and has served as Music Pastor at Cloverdale Church of God for 4.5 years. She has performed in several Boise Music Weeks, including 2019 where she also chaired the A Capella Night, and a previous performance with Essential Jazz. Having taught at area high schools, middle schools, and BSU, sung with Essential Jazz, Boise Master Chorale, and many worship events such as National Day of Prayer and The Return 2020, as well as served on worship teams since the age of 13, Dee’s roots in the Treasure Valley music run deep. This team prays that you encounter God in a fresh, powerful way through this Community Worship Service.

Rick Strader – Videographer and editor

Doris Downum and Michelle Wickard
Co-Chairs for Community Worship Service

Cathedral Campanile Quartet

Nancy Richardson has been ringing handbells for 40 years. She first saw a handbell performance in Canada at Lake Louise and knew that it was something she wanted to learn to do. The first bell choir she rang in was all beginners in Montana at Van Orsdel United Methodist Church Havre, when a set of bells were gifted to the congregation by a former member. When she moved, she rang with a much more advanced bell choir that was a combination of two congregations from United Congregational Church Missoula and Holy Spirit Episcopal Parish. This was a very challenging as well as very rewarding experience. Her first bell choir conference was with this choir. Nancy joined First United Methodist Church Boise in 1988 after substituting in their bell choir in the spring of that year. Since then, she has continued ringing there and participated in four Treasure Valley bell conferences. She enjoys ringing with large choirs, small groups, has played in a trio and even a solo. She also served as a beginning bell choir instructor teaching middle school children for several years.

Gregory Taylor has been playing in bell choirs at the Cathedral of the Rockies since he was in elementary school. He played bells with several hundred other ringers at his first handbell conference at age 13, and as an adult has rung in many small ensembles. Taylor grew up in Boise and has participated in Music Week performances and activities across five decades.

Neysa Jensen has played handbells in a variety of choirs since the mid-1980s. She has attended the Snake River Handbell Conference for several years and has played with large choirs, small ensembles, and everything in between. Neysa’s first instrument is flute, which she plays actively in many groups, including accompanying handbells. She also plays every voice of recorder (yes, that little instrument we learned in 4th grade), with a variety of groups. She enjoys sharing her love of music especially in school settings.

Sally Robertson has played bells for 25+ years in Handbell Choirs in Boise, Treasure Valley and Lake Oswego, Oregon. She has also played in small ensembles such as duets, trios, and quartets. She has attended multiple Snake River Handbell Conferences. At an Area 10 regional conference, she played with 400 ringers which was an amazing experience.

Del Parkinson

Del Parkinson is professor of piano at Boise State University. Previously he taught at Brigham Young University-Idaho for eight years. He holds a doctor of music degree from Indiana University and a post-graduate diploma from The Juilliard School. He was the recipient of a Fulbright-hays grant for graduate study in London. Dr. Parkinson has performed in Europe, Asia, South America and throughout the United States. He is on the international roster of Steinway artists and is featured on four compact disc recordings which are: The American Piano Quartet and The American Piano Duo’s Mendelssohn Two-Piano Concerto, Rachmaninoff Duo Piano Works, and Celebrating Gershwin. He is the recipient of the Boise State University foundation scholar award for creative activity, the Boise mayor’s award for artistic excellence, the Morrison Center honor medallion, the Idaho Commission on the Arts career fellowship award, and the Idaho governor’s award for excellence in the arts. Dr. Parkinson has graciously participated several different times in Boise Music Week.