OSWEGO, NY – The unique musical stylings of Carol Fisher will kick off St. Mary of the Assumption’s annual parish bazaar with a performance July 11, from 6 – 9 p.m.
Fisher, a singer / songwriter, will be performing a variety of songs from her vast catalog, including her latest album, The Priest, a gift to the 31 seminarians ordained to the priesthood this past December in Rome, Italy, including her son, now Father Nicholas Fisher.
In addition to her music ministry Fisher hosts a radio program, Holy Hour of Prayer on 88.7 FM, a Christian radio station that is heard throughout Central New York as well as on her own Internet music station, CarolFisherNetwork.com and mobile app on Google and iTunes.
The program includes her original songs, as well as Psalms set to her music.
Known for her unforgettable arrangements that “get stuck in your head,” Fisher’s “Sing the Psalms” collection is a prime example of a method to learn scriptures in a fun and engaging way that promotes “A Culture of Life, A Civilization of Love and the Dignity of the Human Person.”
“Music is a big part of our ministry,” said Fisher. “By putting prayers, scriptures and the beautiful truths of our Catholic Faith in joyful songs, along with secular music but with positive messages of faith and family. The songs you hear on the Carol Fisher Network will move your heart and mind closer to God and all that is good!”
“I am excited to be able to perform songs from my catalog including, Singing the Psalms! at St. Mary’s parish bazaar in Oswego. With an upbeat, contemporary style and joyful refrains, these songs will appeal to people of all faith backgrounds. I invite community members to join us at St. Mary’s parish bazaar for an enjoyable evening of uplifting music,” added Fisher.
St. Mary’s annual parish bazaar features plenty of food, fun and games for the entire family; including its famous chicken barbecue and a chance to win $5,000 with the annual drawing.
The bazaar will be held July 11 from 6 to 10 p.m., July 12 from 5 to 10 p.m. and July 13 from 5 to 9 p.m. in the church parking lot, 103 W. Seventh St.
Raindate will be July 14 from 6 to 9 p.m.
For more information contact Michelle Brown at 315-343-3953.