The Transylvania Times -

Lori Sealy To Sing, Speak At Cornerstone Presbyterian


November 23, 2017

Lori Sealy

Lori Sealy will present "Tidings of Comfort & Joy" at the Women's Christmas tea and concert on Dec. 9 at 2 p.m. at Cornerstone Presbyterian Church in Brevard.

Sealy is a remarkably gifted musician. Her ability to write and play music coupled with her ability to speak is unprecedented.

Having been rescued from some difficult places in her life, Sealy shares with humility and vulnerability the grace and goodness of God. Her story engages the hearts of women of all ages and stirs an undercurrent of hope and healing. Nearly aborted, graciously adopted, and later abandoned, Sealy has traveled the road of atheism and lived the life of autism along the way. She's wrestled deeply with doubt and her songwriting and speaking reflect her personal acquaintance with suffering in this fallen world. She has been daily amazed at the mercies of God in her life.

Sealy began playing piano at the age of 5 and was classically trained until the age of 20. At age 10 she started writing her first songs, creating compositions that fell eclectically along folk, jazz and classical genres. It has been said that she is a taste of Karen Carpenter with a touch of the Indigo Girls mixed in.

Growing up in South Carolina she now lives in Cullowhee, N.C., with her husband, Philip, and their two children. While she considers being a wife and mom her highest earthly calling, she is honored to be able to travel as a musician/songwriter and speaker.

Make reservations by Dec. 2 at glen or call (706) 351-5926. For more information, visit


Powered by ROAR Online Publication Software from Lions Light Corporation
© Copyright 2017

Rendered 02/16/2018 06:30