Alleluia! He is risen indeed! And with what joyful sounds greeted the resurrection of our Lord and Savior! Many thanks to Miss Lea for preparing the children to sing for Palm Sunday and also to our choir who arrived early before and stayed after services to prepare anthems for Palm Sunday, the Great Vigil and Easter morning. Thank you also to Lea and Tim Bortner for their special Communion music on Palm Sunday — we are blessed with many who offer their musical gifts here at Trinity. We are hopeful for a few more special musical offerings before moving to the Chapel for summer services on June 23.
Thank you to all for another successful season! Twelve years and counting! Our flyers are beautiful and professional thanks to Pam Foley; we have beautiful tablescapes by Allen Brennan; cooks and bakers too numerous to mention, but no less appreciated and those hardy folks who stay after to help clean up from the best receptions in town! We are blessed with gifted artists who are anxious to perform in our beautiful sanctuary and to interact with our patrons who are so thankful for the opportunity to hear them.
Season 13 will include the Messiah Faculty Brass Quintet on October 20 who wowed our audience many seasons ago. November 24 will be the return of the gorgeous voice of Jennifer Laubach accompanied by the prodigious skills of Pottsville native, John Kline, IV. And the final concert of the 13th season will welcome a new face — organist Paul Reese who is currently the organist at St. John’s Episcopal Church in Lancaster, PA.