Participants in St. Philip’s After-School Music and Homework Program presented a winter recital on December 13. They showed off their hard work by performing in chimes and on piano, and their choir sang.



This was Choir Director Natalie Hall’s final concert with the ASMP Choir. We are so grateful for her energy, creativity, and dedication.


The recital was followed by a wonderful dinner in the Gallery —  children, families, teachers, and friends gathered with volunteers and parishioners to eat and celebrate together.


A special thank you to Elaine Damgaard, Carolyn McKeeman, and Marlene Rae, who arranged the dinner; to Laura Rubbo who designed the program; to Bill and Anne Brinkley for donating the cake; and to Chuck Goldschmid for providing music.

We are especially grateful to all of the volunteers who came to help serve, clean up, and make the evening such a success. St. Philip’s is fortunate to have more than 50 volunteers who care so much about the children of our neighborhood that they give of themselves to help each week. We are blessed!

—Barby Goldschmid
—Photos by Chuck Goldschmid
(and Bob Couch)

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