Monday Martin Luther King Day Breakfast at Cathedral Church of the Nativity

Martin Luther King Jr. Breakfast Celebration will take place on Monday January 16th at 9:00 at the Cathedral Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem. This annual event sponsored by the Bethlehem Branch of the NAACP and the YWCA of Bethlehem will be focused on the theme “Let Justice Roll”.  The Rev. James Edlow, Pastor of Faith Fellowship Baptist Church in Philadelphia will be the keynote speaker.


Trinity Revels feature Cambiata

[From Mo. Laura Howell]

Trinity Bethlehem’s Annual Yuletide Revels will be held on Saturday,
December 4, beginning at 5:00 pm. Trinity  co-sponsors this evening of
traditional and early music with Moravian College's Undergraduate
Conference on Medieval and Early Modern Studies.

This yeCAMBIATA_Photoar, the featured performers will be Cambiata, with a program of
Yuletide music and antics. The group uses a variety of colorful period
instruments to bring the Renaissance to life through music. They have
been introducing audiences of all ages to sights and sounds from
Renaissance Europe's royal courts to its rural hamlets.

RevelsProcessionSMALL RevelsReceptionSMALL Festivities continue in the parish hall after the concert, with a
Boar's Head in Procession, flaming Christmas pudding, wassail, nog,
ginger cake, and other traditional Yuletide treats.

The Morning Call has an article on the Conference and Concert at,0,4573850.story.

Suggested donation is $12.00.

For more information contact Laura Howell,
610-867-4741 X304.

Location: Trinity Episcopal Church, 44 E. Market St., Bethlehem, PA 18018 

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