“Strange Places” Concert at Georgetown’s St. John’s United Church

Don’t miss this!


To make you feel part of the season


Monday, December 14, 7 pm


St. John’s United Church

11 Guelph Street, Georgetown 

the first block south of the Y intersection with Main Street


Something for everyone


¨         A short musical drama, “Strange Places”

reflects the idea that God appears in strange places,

perhaps a manger or in lives of those we know.


¨         The choir will sing traditional anthems

¨         Performances on the flute and grand piano

 ¨         Audience members will also join in familiar carols


St John’s with its strong musical tradition and superb acoustical space will uplift your spirit. Heading the musical ministry team of Diane Murray-Charrett and Elaine Rusk is Carolyn Maule, a professional musician when she is not directing the St. John’s choir.


No admission.  Freewill donations will be shared with the Salvation Army’s Christmas Kettle campaign.

One Response to “Strange Places” Concert at Georgetown’s St. John’s United Church

  1. Gloria Hildebrandt December 14, 2009 at 11:43 am #

    Just received this note from Barbara Halsall of Georgetown:
    “I attended this morning’s service which featured the concert. There is some real talent here including Russell Braun who is a professional singer. He gave a concert just a few weeks ago in Toronto.”

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