A Special Lenten Concert
|When||Thursday, March 26, 2015, 7:30 PM|
|Location||First Presbyterian Church Fullerton|
First Presbyterian Church Fullerton
Parking is available either in the street by the church or at the Golden Hill Elementary School parking lot at 732 Barris Drive, Fullerton, CA 92832. Plese enter the church parking lot from Casa Blanca rather than Euclid Ave.
First Presbyterian Church’s Friends of Music and Center for Christianity Culture and the Arts invite you to an extraordinary concert event on Thursday, March 26th at 7:30 PM, at the First Presbyterian Church of Fullerton. Malcolm Guite, chaplain at the University of Cambridge, England, and Steve Bell, Canadian songwriter, storyteller, and singer, present "The Word Made Fresh— A Special Lenten Concert. “ The poetry, music, and message by these two imaginative Christians will fill you with God’s spirit and love. Invite a friend to this free concert!
First Presbyterian Church of Fullerton
838 North Euclid Street
Fullerton, CA 92832
Phone: 714 526-7701
As a poet, singer, songwriter, priest, chaplain, teacher, and author, Malcolm Guite dwells in the intersections between art and faith. His sonnets are contemporary and fresh as they meditate on the liturgical church calendar. He is the chaplain at the University of Cambridge, UK, and has authored many books on theology and poetry, including, Faith Hope and Poetry (2010), Sounding the Seasons (2012), and The Singing Bowl (2014).
Called a “songwriter, storyteller, and troubadour for our time,” Canadian musician Steve Bell uses artful word and song to encourage Christian faith and thoughtful living. He has released 18 albums (including his newest project, Pilgrimage) and has earned numerous awards including two JUNO Awards and the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal.