Been a quiet, sort of, couple of weeks. We have been staying around home leading worship on Tues. nights at the Upper Room bible study and Sunday mornings at both The Gathering and The Upper Room Bible Fellowship. We have also been writing and finishing up new songs which we will, prayerfully, be recording soon for our new CD.
On Nov. 8 we will be playing at St. Peter's Lutheran Church in Port Jervis for their annual Port Jervis Warming Station benefit concert.
...from the T-H Record
PORT JERVIS - The Interfaith Council of Port Jervis has been busy getting things ready for the second season of the Port Jervis Warming Station. The warming station opened last year on Dec. 1 and operated through March 31, providing much-needed overnight accommodations for 59 different guests throughout the season, with a total of 1007 overnight stays. More than 60 overnight volunteers helped staff the program, with additional volunteers offering a hot evening meal.
The Interfaith Council is working on raising funds to make sure that the warming station can again be run safely and efficiently for everyone. As one means of helping the Interfaith Council reach their goal, a concert will be presented at 7 p.m. Nov. 10 at St. Peter’s Lutheran Church, 31 West Main St., Port Jervis. A reception will follow.
The concert will feature local musical groups and musicians, including the Four Seasons Chorale, choirs from local churches and more. A free-will offering will benefit the warming station. If you’d like to donate directly to the warming station, checks may be made payable to DRC-Interfaith Council and mailed to Deerpark Reformed Church, Attn. Interfaith Council, 30 East Main St., Port Jervis.
For more information on the concert, contact Kathy Brink at 570-430-1755. For more information on the warming station, contact Zach Pearce at 845-741-2639.