Dayton United Lutheran Chorale, a Christian ministry/choir that performs sacred music.
01-Glorify part I_ Rugged Cross Medley
02-Glorify part II_ In the Garden Medley
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03-Glorify part III_ Blessed Assurance Medley
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04-Glorify part IV_ Holy Holy Holy Medley
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05-Glorify part V_ Exhultation Medley
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The Dayton United Lutheran Chorale (DULC) was established in 1985 to promote an appreciation of sacred choral music. The chorale also provides an opportunity for area singers to share their time and talent in praising God through song. The Chorale's ministry is supported solely through donations from individuals and organizations.
The Dayton United Lutheran Chorale (DULC) was established in 1985 to promote an appreciation of sacred choral music. Marvin Hileman is in his eighth year as conductor of the DULC. He is a graduate of Capital University Conservatory of Music and Trinity Lutheran Seminary. He has also directed the Darke County Oratorio Society and is the charter and present director of the Kettering Community Chorus.
The chorale has appeared in concert at numerous nursing homes and retirement centers as well as churches in the Miami Valley (Ohio).
Since the time of Martin Luther, the Lutheran Church has been known as the "singing church". Lutherans have contributed immensely to Christian music; and their historically beautiful worship and celebrations include song and prayer from many Christian traditions.