Dec 17 MonDecember 17, 2018 @ 07:30 PM
A freewill offering will be collected for "Ev’s Kitchen" and “Food for Life Canada”. Ev and her team cook a lunch for people in the community on the last Friday of each month. Food for Life at St. John’s serves 25 to 35 families representing 50 to 70 people; one third of whom are children. Come and share the spirit of Christmas through the gift of music offered by the St. John's United Church choir, led by musical director Carolyn Maule. Audience members will have the opportunity to join the choir in singing the Hallelujah Chorus.
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"With the new day, comes new strength and new thoughts."
St. John's United Church
and Glen Williams
11 Guelph Street
Georgetown, ON L7G 3Z1
Phone: (905) 877-2531
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Gift vouchers are now available after church on Sundays, by emailing Katharine Krul at firstname.lastname@example.org or dropping by our church office at 11 Guelph Street. Ticket prices remain at $75 for the three concert series or $30 for individual tickets for adults; tickets for youth and children are $10.
Hogtown Syncopators – January 27 at 2pm
Downtown Toronto’s Hogtown Syncopators, have been generating a serious buzz with their authentic 1930s sound and entertaining show. Along with dynamic arrangements of classic jazz standards, they have a rich repertoire of original compositions building on the classic jazz style. The Syncopators have had a Friday afternoon residency at the respected Rex Hotel in downtown Toronto for 10 years, and can be heard frequently at concert venues and music festivals around the country.
Trio Arkel – June 2 at 2pm
Marie Bérard, violin, Winona Zelenka, cello, and Heidi Gordon, harp, join forces to provide an exquisite afternoon of chamber music as the renowned Trio Arkel. Marie, Canadian violinist concert master of the Canadian Opera Company orchestra, professor at the Royal Conservatory, and Winona, performing as a soloist, with ensembles, and guest principal harpist with orchestras including the COC, are founding members of Trio Arkel. They are joined by Heidi, principal harpist of the Toronto Symphony. Russell Braun, baritone, will be a guest performer with the trio.
Erin Wall – September 29 at 2pm
New to the St. John’s stage, Erin Wall, soprano, is an opera phenom, performing the titular role of Arabella with the Canadian Opera Company this season. Carolyn Maule, piano, returns to the stage as the two create magical moments together for all of us to enjoy.
Sunday Worship Services
We go to St. John’s for the music and the community spirit. It’s a centering place for our family. Matt and Heather
The Sunday service is the hour in our busy hectic week when we feel centered and quiet. St. John's teaches our family how to be active Christians in our local and global communities. Kim and Eric