Central Presbyterian Church Cambridge
December 3, 2022
‘Tis the season of HOPE!
YES – we still have tickets. Join us to ring in the Christmas season on December 3rd at Central Presbyterian Church (Cambridge, ON) with a musical performance by the Windjammers Pops Wind Ensemble, featuring woodwind, brass and percussion instruments as well as vocals.
About this event
As advertised on Faith 93.7
Featuring classic Christmas carols as well as other holiday favourites and led by Musical Director and Conductor Charles Cozens, this musical spectacular will be sure to get you into the Christmas spirit! Click here to learn more about the Windjammers.
Ticket proceeds* for the event will support children in crisis in Lebanon with emergency food and trauma care.
Donations made at the concert will be matched up to $5,000. 100% of every donation given at the concert will go to support the children! You can bring HOPE to at-risk children in Lebanon – AND – enjoy a lovely Christmas concert with friends or family!
The evening will include a presentation about Hope Story’s newest partnership, True Vine Church in Lebanon. 80% of the population in Lebanon has been plunged into poverty over the past couple of years due to a catastrophic financial crisis in the country. The cost of groceries is 15 times what it was just three years ago. Families are in crisis.
- Adults – $25.00
- Seniors (60+) – $15.00
- Student – $15
- Children (3-13) – $5.00
- Children (Under 3) – FREE (but must have ticket)
* Ticket sales are not tax creditable
Your confirmation email is your ticket, rather than a paper ticket. We will also have a list of ticketholders at the door.
God is at work in the world through His Church and our Saviour Jesus Christ! Celebrate with us this Christmas!
Please join us during INTERMISSION for hot chocolate and Christmas cookies in the Fellowship Hall.
The Windjammers Ensemble encourages but does not require masks.
Parking available at the Cambridge library off of Grand Ave.
Street parking available. No time limits after 6PM.
Enter through main entrance off of Queen’s Square. The accessible entrance (marked) is off of Melville St.
Charles Cozens, Artistic Director and Conductor
Highly-acclaimed as an award-winning arranger, composer and orchestrator for major Canadian and International artists and ensembles, Charles is also a gifted orchestral and theatrical conductor, pianist, accordionist, impresario and recording producer. His orchestrations and compositions have covered many genres for audio recordings, movie and television sound tracks and other media.
Beverly Gail, Featured Soloist
Beverly Gail Ritchie is a Canadian soprano known for her work as a singer, producer, actor and writer, having appeared on stage alongside many fine talents, in several short films, and on a handful of professional and semi-professional recordings.