b'Campus Ministry and our Rich Music TraditionHonoringthefeastdayofH.T.Burleigh,singersfromthe churchjoinedwithViriginiaCommonwealthUniversity choral students in Monroe Park for a group sing. Uniting the community, more than 60 sang My Lord, What a Mornin during a pop-up performance in the park. Led by Dr. Erin Freeman, Director of the Richmond Symphony Chorus and Director of Choral Activities at VCU, this unique performance has received hundreds of views on social media.Theweekendof9/11celebratedHarryThackerBurleigh, aBlackEpiscopalianknownforcomposingandarranging spirituals and classical music. Burleigh broke many barriers during his 50+ year career prior to the Civil Rights movement. He is a saint in the Episcopal Church; his music invites all skill levels. Adding to the celebration was a popular virtual component featuring Dr. Paul Kwami from Fisk University who offeredinsightsaboutBlack voicesinpredominantlywhite institutions. An afternoon service of prayer and song featured thebeautifulvoiceofsoloistDr.LisaEdwards-Burrsfrom Longwood University.Sunday morning service included students and parishioners worshipping with Burleigh music as summer faded into fall. ThroughthecombinationofCampusandMusicMinistries, GHTC was off to a great start.Its exciting to see how the church has increased its investment in our wonderful music ministry! - Dr. Elizabeth Melcher Davis, Associate for Music MinistriesCampus Ministry and VCU singing in Monroe Park3'