Today's date: Monday March 27, 2017
   
column width padding column width padding
The Wellington Advertiser Masthead Logo

We Cover The County...
39,994 Audited Circulation

WEEKLY POLL   |   Community News   |   EQUINE   |   Schools & Buses

OPP 2016
Community Guide SS 2017
column width padding column width padding

The Three Cantors will perform at church May 18

PALMERSTON - The Three Cantors,  Peter Wall, David Pickett, and William Cliff, currently serve as parish priests in The Anglican Church of Canada.

The fourth Cantor, Angus Sinclair, serves as Director of Music at Bishop Cronyn Memorial Anglican Church in London. 

The Cantors will be presenting an evening of music at the Palmerston United Church on May 18 at 7:30pm. The concert will feature everything from the beloved music of the church, contemporary anthems, spirituals, and new, original compositions, to folk songs and the best of Broadway.

An evening with The Cantors includes friendship, humour, dedication, and energy. The show is a testimony to music’s ability, combined with faith, to transcend anything. The Three Cantors Concert is a celebration of the power of music to bring joy, hope, and faith in Christ to bear on the challenges of world hunger… and to have a great time doing it.

The trio became a sensation when they formed in 1996. Since their inception they have sold thousands of CDs and are well on their way to 200 concerts from coast to coast. A portion of the sales of every concert and all of the CD proceeds will be donated to world hunger. The proceeds from the concert in Palmerston will benefit the Food Grains Bank of Huron Diocese.

The doors open at 6:30pm. Tickets are $20 and are available from the Palmerston Home Hardware or by phoning Palmerston United Church 519-343-3620.

 

Vol 44 Issue 18

 
 

Tell Us What You Think

Login to submit a comment

Comments appearing on this website are the opinion of the comment writer and do not represent the opinion of the Wellington Advertiser. Comments that attack other individuals or are offensive, unsubstantiated or otherwise inappropriate will be removed. You must register or log in in order to post a comment. For more information, read our detailed Comment Policy and Guidelines.

       

ReliableFord

Spacer

Community Guide Spring 2017

Related Stories

  • Family, friends to host benefit for Fergus woman battling disorder
  • Palmerston teen author follows dream and publishes first fantasy fiction novella, Siren
  • Guelph Area WI 72nd area convention was well attended this year
  • Drug prevention strategies
  • Scott Woods show is on Nov. 26
  • Barn Dance Show Band at Norgan Nov. 17
  • Legion offers Nightmare on Daly Street haunted house
  • Compassionate funding approved for Palmerston child with rare condition
  • New trail outlines the history of Palmerstons rich heritage
  • Minto Farmers Market opens in Palmerston
  • Over 70 trucks attend 14th annual truck show
  • Annual Womens Institute meeting had business and social themes
  • Palmerstons Legion Branch 409 gets $69,000 for upgrades
  • The Three Cantors will perform at church May 18
  • Crop Smart Talks - Perth Production Day
  • Hospital staff makes donation to World Vision
  • column width padding column width padding column width padding

    The Wellington Advertiser

    News

    Opinion

    Community

    Deaths

    Digital Publications

    Classifieds


    Twitter Logo

    Free Press News Network Logo