Experiencing a Pastoral Concert The Boston Musical Intelligencer Read Here
In releasing FOSC’s Annual Report for 2021, President Judy Edington expresses her heartfelt gratitude to the donors and volunteers who gave, despite economic hardships, to remember deceased family members and friends and to support the continued preservation of the Stone Church steeple. Read the report here
In partnership with the Card to Culture Program, FOSC is pleased to announce that we will offer a limited number of free tickets to our 2022 Concerts at the Stone Church to current participants in EBT, WIC and Connector care health insurance programs. Up to four tickets per family (in one household) will be available
Friends of the Stone Church announce 2022 Concerts at the Stone Church Cultural Center, featuring internationally-acclaimed musicians in live, original programs intended to lighten spirits as our community emerges from isolation. All concerts will be held at 283 Main Street (Rt 32), Gilbertville, MA. For the first time, FOSC is offering season subscriptions. For online
Read about our 2021 Annual meeting here https://drive.google.com/file/d/1ga4eLD_kXUXHMTVTtwVdk4LAQzrqdvM3/view?usp=sharing
Friends of the Stone Church Release New Video February 10, 2022 See Article
SWING INTO SUMMER! Live Concerts resume at Gilbertville’s Stone Church Friends of the Stone Church will present two Sunday afternoon band concerts on the lawn: “Summer Swing” by Weir River Jazz, on Sunday, June 13, and “Swing into Summer” by the Weir River Concert Band, on Sunday, June 27. Both events are free, outdoors at
In this Annual Report you’ll find an overview of FOSC’s activities over the last year, a financial report, and acknowledgments of the many generous contributors who made our work possible in 2020.
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Gilbertville Trinitarian Congregation member Gloria Judd was featured in the Worcester Telegram & Gazette on September 28, 2020. Gloria is a member of the FOSC Advisory Board and an active FOSC volunteer.