Sing in the season

Music is powerful and the chance to participate in community singing is a rare occurrence.

Join the combined voices of the St. Peter’s Singers, the Comox Valley Children’s Choir and the choir of St. Peter’s Church to sing and hear songs of anticipation, traditional and modern, in English and Hebrew.

This concert takes place this Sunday at 3 p.m. The location is the beautifully renovated Church of St. Peter on Church Street just north of Comox Avenue in Comox.

Admission is free. Contributions of non-perishable food towards the Unity Cupboard, a community food source, would be much appreciated.

Music is powerful and the chance to participate in community singing is a rare occurrence. There are few things better guaranteed to lift one’s spirit and enable one to enter into the joys of the coming Christmas season than raising your own voice to the loved songs of our tradition.

St. Peter’s has a rich history of community singing and these seasonal concerts have been very well attended in the past years.

Everyone is invited after the concert to come into the hall next door and enjoy delectable foods of the season.

St. Peter’s operates a food bank, the Unity Cupboard, for those in the community who may be living through times of scarcity. Open every Tuesday and Thursday mornings, it makes coffee and warm conversation available while people stock up on necessities.

All come away with food for the body and some with food for the soul. Contributions in cash or kind will be gratefully received during or after the concert.

— St. Peter’s Church


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