Spending weeks at a time traveling from coast to coast is not everyone’s idea of a good time. But with a soul full of music, and communities eager to listen and sing along, that’s exactly what Bryan Moyer Suderman loves to do. His current tour is taking him from Seattle to Boston and Minnesota to Texas – all by train – including a stop in Lewiston for an all-ages concert on Wednesday, May 2, 7pm at St Paul’s Church, 100 Fremont Street.
Bryan Moyer 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, Bryan’s “songs of faith for small and tall” have become favorites of families and congregations across North America and beyond. Bryan lives near Toronto, Ontario, Canada with his wife and son, and will be performing an all-ages concert at St Paul’s UCC/ELCA Church on Wed, May 2 at 7pm. A free-will offering will be received to support his ministry. The concert is being sponsored by the Lewiston-Altura Ministerial Association, which includes Lewiston Presbyterian Church, Our Savior Moravian Church, Lewiston Church of the Brethren, St Rose of Lima Catholic Church and St Paul’s UCC/ELCA Church.