8:00 am & 10:00 am
Posted by GHatton on March 8, 2018
Founded in 1990 by Karen L. Markey, the Kennett Symphony Children’s Chorus is a community organization for boys and girl’s grades K through 12. The Chorus is an educational outreach of the Kennett Symphony of Chester County and gives qualified singers an opportunity to perform high-caliber, age-appropriate repertoire that is culturally and musically diverse while nurturing vocal and musical development within a group setting. Numbering more than 80 singers, the choristers represent public, private, parochial and home schools in the Chester County, Lancaster County, Delaware Valley, Montgomery County, and the Northern Delaware Region.
Posted by GHatton on January 21, 2018
Easter is fast approaching and we would love to have coffee, tea, canned pineapples, scalloped potatoes (ever so popular) olives and pickles. Please keep cereal, 48 oz. bottles of non-refrigerated orange juice, cake mixes, sugar and personal products, especially soap and toothpaste on your shopping list for the pantry as well as. Keep your donations of reusable grocery bags coming too. Your continued generous support of the pantry is greatly appreciated – THANK YOU!
Posted by GHatton on January 14, 2018
Amici Strings will be performing: Vivaldi: Concerto Grosso in D Minor, Op. 3, No. 11 Sibelius: Impromptu for String Orchestra Parry: An English Suite (Prelude, Minuet, Sarabande, Frolic) Ireland: Minuet from A Downland Suite Grieg Suite: Last Spring, Op. 34, No. 2 – Norwegian, Op. 53, No. 1 – Cow Call and Peasant Dance, Op. 63, No. 2a and 2b Gardel: Por una Cabeza Anderson: Jazz Legato and Jazz Pizzicato
Posted by GHatton on January 6, 2018
Phoenixville Community Peace Vigil Calls for Reflection and Action in the Aftermath of Recent Violence. Community leaders from St. Peter’s Episcopal Church, Diversity in Action, Phoenixville Town Watch and Phoenixville Area School District have organized a Community Peace Vigil set for Sunday January 14, 2018 at the Church St. Peter’s Episcopal Church, 121 Church Street, Phoenixville, PA at 3:30 PM. In the aftermath of two recent violent and tragic incidents involving gun violence in the Borough, Vigil organizers hope to offer a quiet and reflective atmosphere of solace and solidarity. In late September, 20 year-old Joshua Mitchell was shot in the […]
Posted by GHatton on December 22, 2017
Posted by GHatton on December 13, 2017
Join St. Peter’s Episcopal and Dr. Ana M. Negrón for a simple and informative workshop on how to make your life more sustainable, right now. WANTED Fruit and Vegetable scraps (no meat, bones, or fat) for a hungry compost pile. Carbon and Nitrogen sources heat up air and water with help from bacteria, insects, fungus, and finally worms – replenishing humus for all life on Earth. Share in this precious process. Free to All ~ Please Respond to Jolie Chylack Flyer
Posted by GHatton on December 3, 2017
A Cappella Pops will put you in the mood for the season with their dynamic new holiday offering Be of Good Cheer. This fun-filled show will feature all the songs you love, from traditional carols to timeless favorites, with a few delightful surprises thrown in. Pops has been entertaining audiences around the region and beyond for 17 years, performing at Carnegie Hall, the White House and just about everywhere in between. With exquisite eight-part harmonies and a brisk, infectious style, this 25-voice chorus brings new life to a host of jazz, contemporary and show tunes as well as a wide-ranging holiday […]
Posted by GHatton on November 28, 2017
Posted by GHatton on November 25, 2017
Dear Friends and Members of St. Peter’s, Tomorrow as we with our families and friends sit down for Thanksgiving Meal, let us acknowledge all the blessings God has abundantly showered upon us this past year. I thank God for all of you, my church family, for your love for Susan and me, and for your support of our beloved church and its ministries in Phoenixville and beyond. Please know and be happy that our church has helped at least 150 or so families to have food on their tables this Thanksgiving. Please know that our support of Cristosal Foundation in El […]
Posted by GHatton on October 6, 2017
John Maurer is recognized as an “exhilarating and very versatile trumpet performer and educator” Jose Sibaja, lead trumpet, Boston Brass. John has performed in various venues around North America and conducted a number of residencies and masterclasses in many renowned colleges and universities. John has been privileged enough to perform as a soloist for public figures such as The Rev. Jesse L. Jackson and Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex.