A Unique Community Handbell Ensemble
Music is one of the most universal means of expression and an ongoing link to the memory of loved ones. In honor and remembrance of their children who passed away, a group of parents created a handbell choir in 2004 as a continuing expression of their love for God and their joy in the gift of these children.
A Message of Hope and Healing
The music played by the bells representing our children is unlike any other – it is a beautiful contribution the children are continuing to make to the world each time we ring. From this symbolism comes the name of the ensemble: Music Made in Heaven. The message behind the music is one of faith, hope, joy and gratitude for our children's lives.
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Our Vision Statement
As the community of Music Made in Heaven, our vision is to:
Our Values Statement
To achieve our vision, the MMIH community commits to the organization's goals as:
Members of Music Made in Heaven with composer Fred Gramann (center, in black), are (from left): Ruth Stevens, Patricia Smith, Christine Schlachter, Bonnie Woodruff, Elise Pangborn, Joanne Glassford, Sterling Smith, Director Barbara Marley, Elizabeth Barnes, Phil Herold, Judith Bergman, Doreen Herold, Sabrina Tyndall, Ann Lowe Vodicka, Dee Munro and Steve Brown.