There’ll be something for everyone at 2019’s Sunday Evening in the Park (SEITP). Music fans of all ages will want to check out The Commissionaires on Aug. 11. This new “soul-roots-gospel” band is led by Jacob Moon (who performed at the 2013 Rock ’n Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony) and Joel Parisien (of the Juno-nominated Newworldson.)
This is a rare chance to see world-class musical talent with a message of social justice, finding peace and redemption.
Into motorcycles? A group from the Godspeed Chapter of the Christian Motorcyclists Association will be roaring into town July 14 – it’ll be a feast for the ears and the eyes!
Watch 100 Huntley Street? Be sure to turn up July 21 to hear the powerful vocals of Kevin Pauls, a regular performer on Canada’s longest-running daily TV show who has also toured with The Gaithers.
Want a taste of Nashville? On Sept. 1, Check out Julian & Bonnie George, who are touring Southern Ontario and Michigan all the way from Hendersonville, Tennessee.
Of course, most of the evenings will continue to feature what our supporters know and love – Gospel favourites, hymns and adult contemporary songs by well-known local musicians.
June 30: Mercy
July 7: The Chapelaires
July 14: Christian Motorcylists Association, Godspeed Chapter from Windsor
July 21: Kevin Pauls
July 28: Brian & Brittany Hooyer
Aug. 4: Holy Ground
Aug 11: The Commissionaires (special 90-minute presentation)
Aug. 18: Jeff & Tim
Aug. 25: One-A-Chord
Sept. 2: Julian & Bonnie George
Music begins at 7 p.m. and includes a 10-12 minute message from a local pastor. An offering is taken which pays for the musicians and supports the work of the ministerial. Bring a lawn chair
or enjoy the music from your vehicle. Rain location is Dresden Community Church.
Sunday Evening in the Park has been a Dresden tradition since the late 1960s.
For more info, contact Rev. Andy Cornell at 519-683-2442 or email@example.com