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Special Events


Adult Forum - Mary and Joseph on the Journey - Dec 11

Messiah Concert - Dec 18

Peacemeal (Trinity Buckingham) - Dec 18

Parish Listening Session for a Shared Vision - Jan 8

Adult Forum - History of the Bible - Jan 15

Peacemeal - Jan 15

Annual Meeting & Brunch - Feb 5

Dryden Ensemble - Feb 11

Peacemeal - Feb 19

Concordia Chamber Players Concert - Feb 26



Dec 11
Forum/Adult Ed
11:00AMAdult Forum - Mary and Joseph on the Journey
Curious about the many varied traditions which have grown up around the biblical figures of Mary and Joseph? What, exactly, is in the Bible, and what does Hebrew culture of that time reveal about them? How do the visual arts reflect and even shape our perceptions? Parishioner Susan Wells will lead an illustrated discussion on Mary and Joseph. Come and share in this exploration of past and present traditions as part of your Advent preparation.
Location: Chapel
 
Dec 184:00PMMessiah Concert
The Senior Choir of Trinity will perform Handel's Messiah Part I and selections from Part II & III, Sunday, December 18th at 4:00 p.m. They will be accompanied by a 16-piece chamber orchestra and conducted by Timothy Harrell, organist/choirmaster at Trinity Church. The Madrigal Singers from Bucks County Community College will be joining us again this year. Rochelle Reed returns as our soprano soloist. She is a full-time faculty member at Bucks County Community College where she conducts the Concert Choir, Madrigal Singers, Contemporary Vocal Ensemble and teaches applied voice. Countertenor Nicholas Tamagna returns after a busy year singing in France with the Opéra de Haute-Normandie-Rouen, Opéra de Versailles with le Poème Harmonique in productions of Puercell operas. Recent appearances have also been in Germany and the Royal Opera House in London. Steven Brennfleck returns as our tenor soloist. Praised by the New York Times as “dramatically astute” and a “stand out” performer, he has been consistently acknowledged for his consummate artistry, vocal flexibility, and moving interpretations on the operatic and concert stage. He made his Carnegie Hall debut in 2012 in Handel’s Messiah and has performed with companies including Glimmerglass Opera, New York Lyric Opera Theatre, Spoleto Festival USA and The Tanglewood Festival. Baritone Elem Eley is Professor of Voice at Westminster Choir College of Rider University and enjoys a remarkably varied career-from opera, oratorio and recital to premieres of contemporary vocal music. He appears on five recent recordings, including a solo album Drifts and Shadows: American Song for the New Millennium. One CD features lieder of Schubert, Schumann, Brahms, Wolf and Frank Martin. He has performed in leading venues including Carnegie Hall, Avery Fisher Hall, Alice Tully Hall, as well as with regional orchestras. Admission is $20 adults, $10 children 12 and under. Tickets are available at the door. A reception will follow.
Location: Church
 
Dec 184:00PMPeacemeal (Trinity Buckingham)

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!



 
Jan 810:30AMParish Listening Session for a Shared Vision
Location: McArthur Hall
 
Jan 15
Forum/Adult Ed
11:00AMAdult Forum - History of the Bible
Will Rivinus takes us on a journey from 2017 BC to 2017 AD, demonstrating how the BIble came to be.
Location: Chapel
 
Jan 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
 
Feb 511:00AMAnnual Meeting & Brunch
Location: McArthur Hall
 
Feb 117:30PMDryden Ensemble
Le Medicin & La Musique Featuring medical and musical curiosities from the French Baroque, including Marais's musical depiction of a bladder stone operation, narrated by actor Paul Hecht. Tickets: $25 (Season tickets also available online), $10 Students. Tickets may be purchased online, by mail, or at the door. For more information, visit drydenensemble.org, 609.466.8541, drydenensemble@gmail.com.
Location: Church
 
Feb 194:00PMPeacemeal

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
 
Feb 263:00PMConcordia Chamber Players Concert
Concordia Chamber Players will present the charming String Quartet No. 2 of Phillip Glass, composed as incidental music for the dramatization of Samuel Beckett's prose poem, "Company". They will also tackle the G minor String Quartet of Claude Debussy, the only quartet he composed and one of the staples of the repertoire. This concert closes with Dvorak's String Quartet in Eb Major composed right after he finished his famous American String Quartet. Tickets: $25 ($20 per concert if Season Subscription is purchased online), $10 Students, Free for children 10 and under with adult. Tickets may be purchased online, by mail, or at the door. For more information, visit concordiaplayers.org.
Location: Church