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St. Luke’s Episcopal Church

Address 209 S. Market Street
Mount Joy, PA 17552
Phone 717-653-4977
Contact Susan Moyer
Email stlukesmountjoy@gmail.com
Website www.stlukesmountjoypa.org
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PROMINENT MUSICIANS RETURN TO ST. LUKE’S FOR CHARITY CONCERT

 
Three outstanding Lancaster musicians return to St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in Mount Joy, PA, for a much-loved selection of classics and showtune favorites. The annual Concert for Compassion takes place on Sunday, November 24, 2019, at 4 p.m. in the church. The concert raises funds for the Mount Joy Food Bank. This year, offerings will also go to the victims of Hurricane Dorian.
The audience can look forward to a stellar musical performance! Following the standing ovations last year, the Concert for Compassion in November will feature show tunes, old-time favorites, and some beloved classical masterpieces. Classical pianist Maria Thompson Corley, was educated at The Julliard School in New York City and has appeared as a solo and collaborative pianist on international stages and in radio and television. Ms. Corley has recorded CDs for Naxos, Albany and independent labels. Soprano Kristin Sims has appeared with nationally-recognized orchestras and opera companies throughout the country. She trained at the University of Cincinnati College Conservatory of Music and has sung leading operatic roles with Opera Lancaster, the Harrisburg Symphony, Bel Canto Lyric Opera and Trinity Opera Theatre. Kristin is a professor of vocal studies at Millersville University, where she teaches voice, and directs opera and musical theatre productions. Baritone Jeremiah Miller has appeared in productions a the Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre, Ephrata Performing Arts Center and the Fulton Opera House. He lived and performed in New York City for a decade before returning to Lancaster.

 

The Mount Joy Food Bank falls under Helping Services in Mount Joy and provides essential nutrition to families and individuals in need. “We’ve partnered for many years with Saint Luke. Their support with volunteers, with funds from the Concert and with over a ton of donated food every year is truly appreciated”, comments Ms. Pat Paules, who heads Helping Services in Mount Joy.
St. Luke’s Episcopal Church is situated at 209 South Market Street, Mount Joy, PA. Reservations are not required.

For more information, please contact Jacquie Kirchoff on Tuesdays and Thursdays, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 717-653-4977 or email: stlukesmountjoy@gmail.com.

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