A St. Mary’s Christmas


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The musicians of St. Mary’s Episcopal Church will present a program of Christmas music on Sunday, Dec. 23 at 3 p.m. as part of the Music At St. Mary’s Concert Series.

St. Mary’s has always been a church embracing music, going back to the donation of a pipe organ in 1885, up to the turn of the century when the Rev. ZeBarney T. Phillips, rector and a talented organist, would present an organ recital each Wednesday evening after midweek services.

Current organist and Director of Music John M. Glaze, along with flutist Jennie Harner and pianist Lynn Lowell, will be presenting the program, along with high school students Bella Haines and Olivia Haines of McClain High School in Greenfield and Ethan Neal of Georgetown High School. These students are all very involved in music both at their schools and in their free time.

Music At St. Mary’s concerts are presented without admission cost; however, donations are gratefully accepted. Following the program there will be a reception in Lacy Hall.

Submitted by John Glaze, corrdinator, Music At St. Mary’s.

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