Noon Music in Lent


Arts & Entertainment
St. Thomas' Episcopal Church
33 Chestnut Street, Camden ME 04843
Jane Schroeder
janeschroeder@roadrunner.com
236-3680
www.stthomascamdenme.org/
Apr 04, 2014
12:00 PM - 12:30 PM
Photo by: George Jones Jane Schroeder and Kristi Mann

St. Thomas’s Episcopal Church is pleased to once again offer Noon Music in Lent, a free program of music in its church followed by a simple lunch of soup and bread in its spacious Sun Room. All are cordially invited. Professional musicians will offer a half hour program on six successive Fridays, beginning March 7. This music program is a appropriate complement to the solemn season of Lent. The musicians donate their time and have designated the free will offering be directed to Episcopal Relief and Development, a worldwide humanitarian aid organization that has the distinction of the being one of the most financially efficient. Each program will open with a short noonday prayer.

The program schedule includes Howard Walen, organist (March 7), Jane Schroeder organist (March 14), Kathryn DerMarderosian, voice (March 21), Mid-Coast Harp Ensemble (March 28), Kristi Mann, violoncello (April 4) and Douglas Beck, organ (April 11).

St. Thomas is located at 33 Chestnut Street in Camden. A handicap-accessible entrance is located around the corner on Wood Street.