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The Rev. Olga Tines, musical director of the New Fellowship Baptist Church in Nashua, leads a joint Unitarian and Baptist choir at the Unitarian Universalist Church on Sunday, Feb. 19. (Simn Ros)

Only in Print: Nashua Unitarian and Baptist choirs brought together through song

The Unitarian Universalist Church in Nashua choir was joined by the choir of the New Fellowship Baptist Church, a largely African-American congregation, which not only added rhythm and volume to the Sunday, Feb. 19 service, but also the diversity many Unitarians feel is missing from their pews.

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