Celebrating over 120 Years of Service
This is an annual event that begins with worship and ends with a special fellowship hour that features the best of Scottish fare. It is typically held on the Sunday that falls closest to Robert Burn’s Birthday in January. The Kirkin’ o’ the Tartans … began in the Presbyterian Church as a declaration of ancestry and has its origins in the 18th century. The Chapel has been celebrating Scottish Sunday since 1997. Here, worshipers look forward to the colorful tartans, bagpipe music, and the festive reception following worship.
A Chapel favorite, Blue Grass Sunday is held each April (date to be announced) and features one of the top Blue Grass artists in the country. Past years have featured Doyle Lawson and Quicksilver. A barbecue lunch is held after the service, with tickets available for purchase by calling the Chapel office.
In honor of President’s Day, the Chapel Chorus, Chorale and Orchestra join forces in this moving patriotic cantata. Singers who wish to join the chorus for this Cantata are asked to attend at least two rehearsals, choosing from the pre-selected dates. Musical scores will be provided.