Free Organ Concert At Whitehouse United Methodist Church, Nov. 3

The couple have a four-year-old son together. Pharrell Williams married his sweetheart Helen Lasichanh on Saturday. The Grammy award-winning hitmaker, 40, made an honest woman of his lady love in a fun-filled Miami, Florida fete, Us Weekly confirmed. PHOTOS: SHHH! SECRET CELEBRITY WEDDINGS Dimitrios Kambouris/WireImage Pharrell Williams (L) and Helen Lasichanh tied the knot in Miami. The wedding included a mini-concert by Usher and Busta Rhymes. Lasichanh, who is also the mother of the couple’s son Rocket, 4, and Pharrell were seen posing for wedding photos aboard a yacht named “Never Say Never.” The bride and groom stuck to their signature eclectic fashion sense, wearing plaid ensembles for the Terry Richardson shoot. They later tied the knot at the Kampong National Tropical Botanical Gardens in Coconut Grove, according to Just Jared. The Grammy award-winning producer and his new bride matched in plaid outfits for a wedding photo shoot. “Usher and Busta Rhymes did a mini concert at the wedding,” a source told Us Weekly. “It was so fun. The little concert was amazing. It [was] the most fun wedding I’ve ever been to.” The “Get Lucky” singer previously gushed about his relationship with Lasichanh, and their family in an interview with the “Today” show. “It’s awesome,” he said.

Consolacion II, with a free organ concert on Sunday, Nov. 3, from 3 4:30 p.m., at the church, located at 73 Old Highway 28 in Whitehouse. A free-will offering will be collected to support the church. Consolacion is a truly gifted musician and we are delighted to have him with us. He is presently pursuing his Masters of Music in Organ Performance at Westminster Choir College of Rider University. He has served as organist in churches in his native Philippines and has received commissions from different music organizations, festivals and cathedrals in the Philippines as well as throughout Asia and the United States. In 2001 Consolacion was invited to perform for her Royal Highness Queen Sofia of Spain during her visit to Manila. He recently won second place at an international Organ Improvisation Competition at the University of Michigan. In addition to being a highly accomplished organist, he is also a composer and has made several CD recordings. His music has been described as pure, spiritual and uplifting. Choirs all over the world have performed his music in concert and competitions. He is regarded as an influential figure in organ and sacred music.