Can you believe Tom still has that same leather jacket. It was lent to dozens of school and community plays–think West Side Story!
And that’s Tom’s selfie–he’s the original selfie-maker–or at least I had never seen anyone do that before. It’s not very easy with a film camera. He did it so effortlessly, but then again, he can also draw upside down! We’re so very touched by the beautiful anniversary arrangement sent by our daughter Liv and her fiance, Matt O’Rourke.
St. John’s Episcopal Church in Gloucester is celebrating its 150th Anniversary this year!
As a part of the celebrations, they will be holding a concert:
All Parish Musicians in Concert
4pm, Sunday, May 19
Music especially chosen to celebrate our Sesquicentennial will include:
Britten’s Festival Te Deum
McKie’s “We wait for thy loving kindness”
Sumsion’s “They that go down to the sea in ships”
Will Todd’s “The Call of Wisdom”
Gardiner’s “Tomorrow shall be my dancing day”
Tindley’s “The Storm is passing over”
Also included will be several hymns
as well as readings from church history involving music.
Former Music Director Frances Conover Fitch
will play the organ and conduct the choir.
There will be a very festive reception to follow.