Getting ready for the holidays? Looking for something to do that is meaningful and helpful? Christmas songs remind us of seasonal memories and connections to our families and community. This year, Christmas will be different, but it does not have to be dull. Hopewell United Methodist Church presents “Songs of the Season” a virtual concert and fundraiser to benefit the church.
The concert will feature HUMC Music Director Mary McIntyre, along with a wonderfully talented group of singers and musicians — Harris Goodman, Robert Ey, Fiona Tyndall, Lou Steele, Bob Belloff, Scott and Sharon Kelly of The Wizards of Winter, Paul Bejgrowicz of The Shenanigans, and the HUMC Praise Band.
Join the virtual concert from your home to hear your favorite Christmas Carols in a variety of styles — folk, pop, classical and jazz — and even some new, original pieces you won’t find anywhere else! You will not want to miss this fantastic opportunity to virtually celebrate the spirit of the Christmas season.
Hopewell UMC fan favorites are coming together to share their music and raise money to support the ongoing missions and ministries of the Hopewell United Methodist Church, which has become a lively venue for the musical arts, including starting an Open Mic night, a Kids Mic and hosting the Hopewell Hayride, among other musical opportunities.
The virtual concert will take place online, Saturday, December 19, at 7 p.m. Purchase a ticket at the link below and you will receive a link to the concert on the Friday, Dec. 18. If you cannot make Dec. 19 concert, you can still purchase a ticket and view online any time after the concert premiere.
Tickets are a suggested donation of $25 each and all funds go directly to support Hopewell UMC’s vision to “bring hope to a hurting world.”
Tickets are available now: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/songs-of-the-season-virtual-christmas-concert-tickets-128663478929