11/9/2017 4:32:00 AM The Cross moves services to WiLLow LeaVes
About Dale Sechrest
When Dale was 13, he asked his mom for a set of drums. Instead, he received a guitar for Christmas, starting his musical career.
Dale has been on several live and recorded radio shows including appearances on "The Jim Gerard Show" on WTTV in Indianapolis.
In the movie "Breaking Away," Dale was a background guitar player. Dale has recorded and performed with Jim Ryser, Tim Grimm, Michael Clark, and Troye Kinnett (currently touring with John Mellencamp).
Dale's first CD was released in 1997. "Speed of Light," the title track, was played on radio stations throughout the Midwest. One station even played the entire CD continuously for six hours.
His second CD, "Worship," was released to assist listeners in their meditation time.
"It's All About Love" was part of a radio ad by New Song Mission, a safe place in Brown County for children with special needs.
"With All My Heart" is being used by Art of Invitation, a Columbus organization focused on connections and relationships.
After nearly a 20-year sabbatical from performing, Dale recently released his current CD, "The Journey" produced by Michael Clark, a gold-record winning producer, recorded at The Lodge Studios in Indianapolis.
Area churches are partnering with WILLow LeaVes to bring a blended service, The Cross, on Sundays through the fall and the winter.
The Cross has been held at the Hauser auditorium, the Moravian Church, and on the Town Square. The first time being at WILLow LeaVes is this Sunday, Nov. 12th from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Doors will open at 5:30 p.m. which will give people attending an opportunity to explore the store. Complimentary drinks will be provided by the ladies of WILLow LeaVes and cookies by Hope United Methodist Church.
Pastor Ed Cottrell of Hope United Methodist Church will deliver a devotional. Dale Sechrest and a five-member band will lead songs including:
Awesome Is The Lord Most High
My Savior Lives
Draw Me Close To You.
If you have not been to The Cross, it promises once again to be a great service. You are encouraged to bring your family to this special community gathering to worship. If attending, you should dress comfortably.
The Cross will not be meeting in December due to a community service at First Baptist Church Of Hope.