photo: Stephen Trafton’s dramatic interpretation of “Encountering Ephesians” November 13 in Red Bank.
RED BANK -- Broadway singer, actor and musician Stephen Trafton presents his unique interpretation of “Encountering Ephesians”, on November 13 at 7 p.m. at Tower Hill First Presbyterian Church, 255 Harding Road, Red Bank. This dramatic presentation is a featured event of the Tower Hill Concert Series, where Trafton offered his “Encountering Philippians” in 2013 and “Paul’s Letter to the Colossians” in 2014 and now returns by popular request.
Through his “Living Letters” programs, Trafton presents dynamic, interactive performances of the Apostle Paul’s letters that enable churches to enter into the drama of Scripture, providing a powerful new way to understand, experience, and live out the Word of God. More info can be found at www.living-letters.com.
Stephen Trafton’s Broadway credits include Les Misérables (Original Revival Cast) and the National Tour of The Phantom of the Opera, and in numerous regional theater productions. He received his training at Baldwin-Wallace College in Berea, OH. Trafton is on staff in Youth Ministry at Redeemer Presbyterian Church in NYC, which is under the leadership of Dr. Tim Keller. He performs Living Letters (Philippians, Colossians and Ephesians) at venues across the country. Currently, he lives in NYC with his wife, Juliette, their son, Tadd (2), and their daughter, Audra (1).
“Encountering Ephesians” is presented without charge. An offering will be taken to benefit the concert series.
The church is handicapped-accessible. For additional information on Tower Hill Concert Series events, call 732.747.1348 or see http://towerhillchurch.org/music-ministry-2/concert-series/.