PRINCETON — Over the past 10 years, Bryan Moyer Suderman has logged many thousands of miles, mostly by train, with a soul full of music and communities eager to listen and sing along. At 6 p.m. May 22, he will be sharing his “songs of faith for small and tall” at the Evangelical Covenant Church, 24 N Main St. in Princeton.
Suderman has a knack for writing songs that are at once simple, catchy, profound and fun for all ages. Since the release of his first CD “God’s Love is for Everybody” in 2002, his songs have become favorites of families and congregations across North America and beyond. His “SmallTall Music” ministry (www.smalltallmusic.com) has been his “flexible full-time” vocation since 2003, and “New World Coming,” his most recent CD release, is a compilation drawn from five studio albums over the past 10 years.
Suderman loves to sing and people of all ages love to sing along, whether in congregational settings, intimate house concerts or large conferences. Christian Week magazine has described his music as “melodious, guitar-driven folk with simple lyrics that tell important biblical stories and theological truths.” Audiences respond to the warmth of his voice, the contagious nature of his songs, and his signature interactive style of singing and song leading.
Suderman lives near Toronto, Ontario, with his wife and son.
The public is invited to attend this free concert. A free-will offering will be collected during the evening. For more information, call 815-878-5487.
The concert is co-hosted by Happy Hands Preschool, the Evangelical Covenant Church and the Willow Springs Mennonite Church in Tiskilwa.