ST. CATHARINES – The Chapel Singers are proud to celebrate 22 years of supporting Bethlehem Housing and Support Services (formerly Bethlehem Projects of Niagara) through their Annual Benefit Christmas Concert.
This year’s concert theme is “A Jazzy Chapel Christmas” and will take place on Sunday Dec. 9 at 7:30 p.m. at St. Julia Church in St. Catharines.
“We are delighted that The Chapel Singers continue to hold their inspirational Annual Benefit Christmas Concert for our organization”, said Julie Dennis, executive director. “For many people attending the concert it is their official start to the Christmas Season. We hope to see many new faces this year to help celebrate the community spirit of The Chapel Singers.”
For More Information contact Wendy Stafford, The Chapel Singers, at 905-937-7971.
About The Chapel Singers:
The Chapel Singers were initially formed in 1976 by Henry Goerzen with 15 members, and has grown to its current size of over 45 through presenting challenging but inspirational music in the Niagara area and beyond. Our members come from as far away as Grimsby and we dedicate ourselves, not only to the superlative performance of choral music, but also to the raising of money for important social causes such as Bethlehem Housing and Support Services.
About Bethlehem Housing and Support Services:
Bethlehem Housing and Support Services is a multi-service organization serving the diversified needs of Niagara residents by offering support for individual growth through housing and other focused services. We help people facing issues of poverty, homelessness, abuse and family breakdown to rebuild their lives through in-house and community supports.
Bethlehem Housing and Support Services is the only organization in the Niagara Region that offers supportive transitional and permanent, affordable housing for women, men and families. In addition to our housing programs, each year hundreds of people benefit from our community-based programs.