FIRST BAPTIST THIRD MONDAY LUNCHEON TO FEATURE LOCAL BARITONE

FIRST BAPTIST THIRD MONDAY LUNCHEON TO FEATURE LOCAL BARITONE

Oklahoma Wesleyan’s Dr. Jonathan Stewart Singing All-time Favorites

According to Wade Daniel, Minister of Music and leader of Bartlesville First Baptist Church’s “Third Monday” programs, the February 19 event will showcase well-known local baritone, Dr. Jonathan Stewart, Assistant Professor of Music at Oklahoma Wesleyan University, in an moving musical program of popular hits.

His program will include the lovely baritone solos from the movies “Man of La Mancha”, “Carousel” and “Kismet.” Experience those unforgettable songs as Bartlesville’s own classical baritone, sings his renditions of Frank Sinatra hits and Big Band tunes.

Preceding Stewart’s Third Monday program in the Fellowship Hall, a $5 spaghetti luncheon will be served at 11:45 a.m. Lunch includes the entrée, salad and dessert, iced tea or water. Both the luncheon and program are open to everyone in the community, not just BFBC members. However, reservations are necessary.

Those can be made by contacting Darah Crouch in the BFBC Music Department at (918) 336-6172. The musical portion will follow the luncheon at 12:30 p.m.

Each Third Monday Big Event program is diverse, and they range from speakers to musical groups. A complete listing is provided on the church website at mybfbc.org.

Examples of others still to come include State Legislator Travis Dunlap, who will enthrall the audience with music on the marimba; evangelist, author and award-winning sculptor Bro. Bill Spencer; and a thrilling musical program with Wade Daniel on the piano. Also, on the Third Monday schedule are such inspiring speakers as KWON Radio personality, Charlie Taraboletti; Chief of Police, Tom Holland; and popular Wednesday Ladies Bible Class instructor, Francine Perry.

Baritone Dr. Jonathan Stewart, Assistant Music professor at fro Oklahoma Wesleyan University will be the featured entertainment for the Third Monday Event at First Baptist Church on February 19. Open to the public.