Mission trip leads Aperture to Japan for spring break
FOR RELEASE: Sunday, April 4, 2010Huntington, Ind.-The Huntington University worship ensemble, Aperture, traveled to Japan March 6-21 for a spring break mission trip.
Advised by Marvin McNew Jr., Aperture consists of Jessica Bauman, synth and vocals, from Japan; Kris Burgess, electric guitar, from Williamsburg, Ohio; Josh Dirnberger, acoustic guitar and vocals, from Sioux Falls, S.D.; Zach Reuter, drums, from South Whitley, Ind.; Justin Siemens, bass guitar, from Brandon, S.D.; Tyler Skinner, electric guitar, from Rensselaer, Ind.; and Laura Stuckey, keyboard and vocals, from West Lafayette, Ohio.
The group led musical worship at various events, including youth events, churches and international schools in Tokyo and at the Asian Access mission retreat in Karuizawa, Japan.
To find out more about the group and the Japan tour, visit the group's Web site at aperturepraise.wordpress.com.