- Event Time 4:00 pm
- Event Start Date September 22, 2018
- Event Location Bishops
Clergy Can Sing Too
Anglican Bishop Claude Berkley leads 18 performances in a concert entitled “Clergy Can Sing Too”. The Renaissance Committee of St Jude Anglican Church in Arima presents another wonderful event at Bishop`s and Trinity East`s College Auditorium, 1 College Avenue, Trincity, on Saturday September 22nd at 4pm. Cost $150.
Proceeds will go toward repair of the earthquake damaged Holy Trinity Cathedral, rebuilding of the Bishop`s Sanctuary in Toco and assisting a fire victim. The repertoire includes calypso, reggae, ballads, African music and classical pieces among others.
Refreshments will be on sale e.g Corn soup, pone, phulourie, pineapple chow, ice cream and drinks.
Come and hear Clergy led by Bishop Berkley. Hear them sing Climb Every Mountain, Imagine, Thank you Lord, Redemption Song, You Raise me up; Portrait of Trinidad, Where’er you Walk, The Rose, John Boulay, Turn the Lights Down Low, I Have Nothing, Psalm 27, Another Day in Paradise, La Donne E. Mobilet, O Solo Mio, Sins as Scarlet, Glorious is Thy Name and Ndemikabila Ine. What a variety. Guess who is singing what???
Clergy includes Bishop Berkley, Bishop Bess, Archdeacon Baldeo, Canon Colin Sampson, Canon Richard Jacob, Rev. Lionel Richards, Rev. Clifford Rawlins, Rev. Aaron Charles, Rev. Erwin Tembo, Rev. Danielle Pontiflet, Rev Wendell Bernard, Rev. Enrique Moore, Rev. Lystra Barclay, Rev. Claire Sandy-Robinson and Rev. Ashton Gomez. What a line up.
Contact all parish offices for tickets.
- St Jude Parish Office: 667 3556
- Committee members: 791 7591, 360 0160 ,646 4599, 730 7893, 372 3821.
Come, have fun, and enjoy a wonderful evening!
Proceeds from "Clergy Can Sing Too" Concert to go towards restoration work at the The Holy Trinity Cathedral (Trinidad) following damage due to the earthquake...Concert is at Bishops Anstey/Trinity East (BATCE) Auditorium on Sat Sep 22 at 4:00pm....Cost of tickets: $150.00 #ClergyCanSingTooPosted by The Anglican Outlook on Sunday, August 26, 2018