Children of many faiths unite in song

by | Feb. 16, 2011

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People of different faiths are rehearsing for the annual Interfaith Musical Tribute in the Salt Lake Tabernacle this Sunday. Members of a children's choir will open and close the evening with their idea of unity through song.

"We are all children of faith, united, hearts are the same," the children, ages 4 to 16, sing as part of a new song, "Children of Faith."

With this song, the One Voice Children's Choir hopes to fill the Salt Lake Tabernacle with the sound of hope.

They follow in the footsteps of their predecessors, members of the choir who performed for the 2002 Olympics Opening and Closing ceremonies and recorded for the Olympic CD.

The words of the song continue: "One purpose, one family," and the children really believe what they sing.

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