Middletown, NJ – People looking for a way to help the people of the Ukraine impacted by the Russian invasion can attend a unique concert on Sunday March 27th, at Westminster Presbyterian Church in Middletown.

The free concert will feature performances by gifted musicians from houses of worship throughout Monmouth County who are coming together to show solidarity and compassion through music to raise funds for CARE-Ukraine Crisis Fund, a highly-rated charity that serves millions of people with emergency assistance. All free will donation proceeds from the live event will go directly to the CARE fund. The concert will also be live streamed on the WPC You Tube Channel and a link to donate will be set up for those who can’t attend.

According to WPC Music Director Erika Sayar who is orchestrating the event “We hope to raise not only money for the people of Ukraine, but offer our support and healing through music, gathering together as a Christian community and symbolically uniting with them as one as part of God’s family.”

In addition to Sayar, the concert will feature performances by church music leaders Michael Kabash, Lincroft Presbyterian Church; Andrew Kosinski, St. Michael’s Episcopal Church; Joe Moffit, Church of the Precious Blood; Nancy Scharff, King of Kings Lutheran Church; and Malena Towers, St. Mary’s Church Middletown. Special performances include violinist Jeffrey Boga; Folk Ensemble Lem Joy Trio; Soprano Shauna Puccio; and the Sorochan Family from the Ukraine.

Seating for the live performance in the WPC Sanctuary will be limited so early arrival is suggested. On-site parking is available on the WPC Campus.

For directions, or to make a donation online go to https://wpcmiddletown.org/give/

At the Giving Page click Other and Ukraine Relief in Notes on payment page.  For event updates check out the WPC Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/WPCMiddletownNJ


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