A presentation on the history surrounding 1797, the year St. Paul's was founded, will be given by Kate Zullo of the Litchfield Historical Society.
The Azul Quartet will perform music of the late 18th century. Janet Jacobson and Sarah Washburn on violin, Eugenio Figueroa on viola and Pablo Issa on cello. Free tickets are available on Eventbrite.
1:00 pm – Door open 2:30 pm -- Outdoor ice-cream social Free events but registration on Eventbrite required. (Event will open in August.) Seats limited to 100. Listen to The Nields—the folk-rock duo Nerissa and Katryn—that has many fans in New England and beyond, in the sanctuary. Followed by an ice-cream social in the back […]
What: free Folk-rock music by The Nields in sanctuary, followed by ice-cream social outdoors. The Nields (two sisters) have been performing in New England and beyond, with their first album produced in 1994. Where: St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 802 Bantam Road, Bantam, CT Why: St. Paul’s is celebrating 225 years of serving the community of […]
Bishop Laura Ahrens visitation with the people of St. Paul's Church in Bantam