Help us celebrate our impact and our connection to one another with Summer of Song: A Concert Series brought to you by the Presbyterian Giving Catalog.
We are united by a deep gratitude for the spirit. This gratitude moves us to give as devotion, give as thanks, and give as one. The Presbyterian Giving Catalog has always been about sharing our gifts with others — gifts that make a big impact. This year, we’re launching Summer of Song to celebrate not only the gifts that have been shared, but our connection to one another.
Live music has been sorely missed by so many during the pandemic as church choirs were quieted, and Sunday hymns sung in homes rather than in sanctuaries. Summer of Song will allow us to come together to joyfully experience a shared love of music, its deep connection to worship and praise and the feeling of togetherness created when we come together in song.
JUNE 21, 2021 | 7:00 PM EST
Elizabeth Stockton Perkins is a rising sophomore at Vassar College and a lifelong member of First Presbyterian Church in Wooster, Ohio. Her Disaster Assistance fundraising efforts started in elementary school, when she sold home sewn book covers to benefit victims of the 2010 Haiti earthquake. More recently, through two virtual concerts and the sale of over 160 dozen homemade cookies, Elizabeth has raised nearly $7000 for disaster relief. She would like to thank her family and church community for their support and encouragement through the years. You can read more about Elizabeth at elizabethstocktonperkins.com. Elizabeth will lift her voice in song with accompaniment by Cameron Edmiston.
JULY 21, 2021 | 7:00 PM EST
The Stillman College Concert Choir, under the direction of Jocqueline K. Richardson, is a choral ensemble of students, both music and non-music majors. The choir's repertoire consists of a variety of sacred and secular choral literature from the Renaissance to the contemporary periods in music history. The concert choir performs at college events, local and regional churches and special events throughout the academic year and serves as an ambassador of Stillman College. Stillman College is a Presbyterian-affiliated historically black liberal arts college in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
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