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Human Trafficking in Bucks County Forum - May 3

Peacemeal - May 15

Friends of Music Harmonie Concert - May 22

PeaceMeal - Jul 17

May 37:00PM-8:30PMHuman Trafficking in Bucks County Forum

We think that human trafficking is an issue that’s over ‘there,’ somewhere far away. But it’s not — it’s in our community.

Traffickers are being convicted in Doylestown and the surrounding communities. Human trafficking is a $32 billion industry annually, second only to drug trafficking as the most profitable form of transnational crime. The main target is teens.

Trinity is excited to host a community forum on this topic. Presenters include Lucianna Alderfer of the Bucks Coalition Against Trafficking (BCAT), Robert Wood of the Valley Youth House, Karen Kutzner of The Well, Chelsey Jackman of the Bucks County District Attorney's Office, and Courtney Fyock of A Woman's Place. For more information, call Ardith Talbott (215.862.1487).

Location: Church
May 154:00PMPeacemeal

Peacemeal is a Trinity Church ministry that has been providing meals and hospitality to persons with HIV & AIDS for over twenty years  All are welcome!

Location: McArthur Hall
May 224:00PMFriends of Music Harmonie Concert
Friends of Music presents Harmonie, featuring members of the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra, Sunday, May 22, 4:00 p.m. at Trinity Episcopal Church, Solebury, PA By definition, Harmonie is a German word designating an ensemble of wind instruments employed by an aristocratic patron during the 18th century. Due to their development and refinement before the symphony orchestra was created, string instruments dominated musical ensembles – often with a keyboard instrument providing additional harmonic support. During the mid-18th century, wind instruments entered a period of rapid development and improvement. Composers quickly replaced the keyboard with pairs of winds, which had the added benefit of bringing contrasting sonic colors to their compositions. Ever since this group of wind instruments has been known as a Harmonie. Harmonie ensembles flourished throughout Europe between 1760-1840, and enjoyed great popularity in Vienna. Most of the best-known composers of that era wrote for them including Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven and Schubert. The concert at Trinity will feature works of Mozart and Haydn, along with other 18th century works of prominent Viennese composers Hummel and Krommer. In addition, two newer works will showcase the Harmonie’s appeal to 20th century composers – Farrenc Farkas’ Contrafacta¸ inspired by Hungarian medieval and Renaissance dances; and Danish composer Svend Schultz both energetic and reflective Divertimento. Musicians of Harmonie are Robert Ingliss and Lillian Copeland, oboes; Jo-Ann Sternberg and Pavel Vinnitsky, clarinets; Christopher Komer and Lawrence DiBello, horns; Robert Wagner and Mark Timmerman, bassoons; and Stephen Wisner, contrabassoon. Admission is $15, $5 – 18 and under. For further information contact Tim Harrell at 215.297.5135.
Location: Church
Jul 174:00PMPeaceMeal

Peacemeal is a Trinity Church ministry that has been providing meals and hospitality to persons with HIV & AIDS for over twenty years  All are welcome!

Location: Off Site