"If You Knew Me, You'd Love Me” Finding common ground at very special concert by The Ripple Effect It seems everywhere we look, people are taking sides and calling names. How can we learn to find common ground? On Sunday, October 14, Sherry K’s groundbreaking vocal group The Ripple Effect presents the 4th annual "If You Knew Me, You'd Love Me" concert -- an evening of music and words designed to build understanding. Uplifting songs of unity and inspiration will be interwoven with speakers from the community who will share personal stories of feeling misunderstood in our society today. The event takes place at Coalbush United Methodist Church. You’ll hear a wide variety of great songs delivered by the choir with plenty of style—everything from high energy anthems, spirited folk and soulful gospel to rich tapestries of musical color, including the showstopping hit "This is Me" from The Greatest Showman. The program begins at 6:30 p.m. There will be a free-will offering ($10 suggested donation). Ten percent of the monetary proceeds go to the Coalbush UMC Youth and Children Service. Coalbush United Methodist Church is located at 15977 Jackson Rd., Mishawaka, IN. Call 574-291-9044 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for more info. Don't miss this powerful and moving event!