Where Singers Belong

Upcoming Concerts

 

On Sunday, March 1st, PMCC and the AYO present a free community hymn sing. Consider this your personal invitation!
The program will feature classic and contemporary hymns such as “All Creatures of Our God and King”, “I Can Only Imagine” by Mercy Me, music from the Iona Community and special features such as “Jesu Joy of Man’s Desiring” by J.S. Bach and “Amazing Grace” arranged by Canadian composer Stephen Hatfield.
Admission is free. There will be an offering taken to raise funds for the PMCC/AYO trip to Scotland in July, 2020. Led by Calvin Dyck and Betty-Ann Braun, the youth have the unique opportunity to visit the Iona Community, participate in the Stirling Bridge Festival in Edinburgh, and perform in St. Giles Cathedral, Iona Cathedral, Stirling Castle and the Church of the Holy Rood. Other highlights include a visit to Fingal’s Cave, and a performance in Abbotsford House, Scotland on Canada Day – the former home of Sir Walter Scott.
This tour to Scotland will provide over 50 youth from the Fraser Valley with the unique opportunity to collaborate with musicians from around the world, pursue excellence in music, and experience the richness of Scottish culture and history. For more information visit www.calvindyck.com or www.pmcc.ca

Juno award winner Brian Doerksen kicks off your 2019 Christmas season with a hometown concert in Abbotsford celebrating his first Christmas recording. The Heart of Christmas With Brian Doerksenwill be an evening filled with delightful music and childlike wonder as the Christmas story is rendered in beautiful new original songs and classic favourites. Special guests include violinist Calvin Dyck with a string orchestra, the Pacific Mennonite Children’s Choir and other surprise guests. The work of Bethesda Christian Association among people with diverse abilities will also be highlighted. Advance tickets are only $29.50. Invite your friends and family and join us on Saturday Nov 30, the night before the start of Advent, in Abbotsford.

 


The Pacific Mennonite Children’s Choir presents How Can I Keep From Singing?, their spring concert on Friday, June 7. With artistic director Betty-Ann Braun and special guest Calvin Dyck, this concert explores the different reasons why we sing: for love, for joy (or sadness!), to tell a story. We sing to tell the TRUE story, of God’s love and faithfulness to us. From silly to serious, from classical to jazz, join us as we take you on a romp through some beautiful, contemplative, joyous music!

Our silent auction fundraiser starts at 6:30 PM, so be sure to come early and check out a wonderful line-up of available auction items, including a scenic helicopter ride of the Fraser Valley for 2!

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