COSHOCTON -- On Sunday, Sept. 13, the heavenly sound of bells will cast an uplifting spell over Coshocton as the Presbyterian Church hosts guest organist/carillonneur, W. Robert Morrison from Canton.Morrison will play the carillon at the Coshocton Presbyterian Church during their worship service beginning at 10:15 a.m. on Sept. 13, followed by an outdoor carillon concert at 12:30 p.m. A noon box lunch will be available for $4. Reservations to the church office at 740-622-0486 are needed by Sept. 10.Sometimes called the grand piano of the skies with the dome of heaven as its sounding board, carillon music has been loved by peoples throughout the centuries. A carillon is a set of fixed chromatically tuned bells in a bell tower that are sounded by hammers controlled by a keyboard. The Coshocton Presbyterian Church is grateful to Mrs. Kay Finnegan for her gift of the Schulmerich Carillon a number of years ago in memory of her late husband. The free concert at 12:30 p.m. on Sept. 13 will feature Morrison playing the carillon keyboard from the front steps of the church and the music will be heard throughout the city from the church belfry. In the event of rain, the concert will be held in the sanctuary. Morrison will be assisted during the 10:15 a.m. worship service by church organist, Alice Hoover and music director Charles R. Snyder. The church is located at 142 N. Fourth St. in Coshocton, and free parking is available in the church's lot and at the city public lot off Fifth Street. For more information, call the Coshocton Presbyterian Church at (740) 622-0486 or visit