Providence United Methodist Church is privileged to offer its Chamber Music Series free of charge to our congregation and the public. All recitals are held in the Sanctuary. We are indebted to Artistic Director Lori Tiberio and musicians from the Charlotte Symphony Orchestra for their contribution of time and talent in making this chamber series possible.
Our next Providence Chamber Music recital is Sunday, March 8, at 7:00 p.m.
The program includes Winthrop faculty member Leonard Mark Lewis performing his Chirioscuro and Passacaglia with Charlotte Symphony Orchestra principal cellist, Alan Black;Charlotte Symphony Orchestra principal clarinetist, Gene Kavadlo performing Lev Kogan’s Klezmer Dances for Clarinet, Strings, Percussion, and Tuba, arranged by local jazz musician and educator Alan Kaufman; and Charlotte Symphony Orchestra principal bass clarinetist, Allan Rosenfeld, performing Dubois’ “Voltage” Suite for Solo Bass Clarinet.
The recital is free and open to everyone!
Please join us for the next S.A.M./Livewires fellowship luncheon on Thursday, March 19.
This month we welcome Providence UMC member Katharine Steele, author ofo My Name is Maude.
Katharine will share the factual and historically fictional story of her mother's 1924 experience as a young teacher in the North Carolina Appalachian mountains.
We will gather for lunch at 11:30 a.m. with our program following immediately after.
Please reserve by noon, Tuesday, March 17 at the Welcome Desk or by calling 704.714.9383.
Lunch is $5.
Bus transportation will be provided from Sharon Towers and Aldersgate.
Bring a friend!
Join us for worship and Holy Communion in the Sanctuary.
Join us for a Service of Tenebrae (Darkness.)
The Providence UMC Chancel Choir will sing.
Childcare will be provided (Infants through Kindergarten.)
Our Easter Prayer Vigil will begin at 8:00 p.m. and continue until 6:00 a.m. on Easter Sunday. You may reserve a time slot at the Welcome Desk.