And Can It Be: The Life of Charles Wesley
By Notgrass History
Charles Wesley (1707-1788) composed over 6,000 hymns that expressed his amazement at God's mercy and called God's people to holiness. Dressed in costume, John Notgrass tells this life story from the perspective of Charles himself.
Based in large part on Wesley's journals and hymns, the program explores his life at home with his parents Samuel and Susanna, his education, his conversion, and his ministry in the context of the religious history of England.
This presentation is recommended for ages 12 and up. It includes references to slavery, imprisonment and execution, and religious persecution.
The live online program starts at 2:00 p.m. Central Time and lasts for one hour. (Your browser should show the start time in your local time.) If you miss the live program, you can watch a replay at the same link.
There is no charge to watch the live program or the replay.
This presentation is a collaboration between Music In Our Homeschool and Notgrass History (affiliate link).
Please join us Wednesday, January 24, at 2:00 p.m. for this exciting event!