Concerts at St. Stephen's
St. Stephen’s Lutheran Church welcomes you to the fourth season of its music series, Concerts at St. Stephen’s. We launched the concert series in 2018 and celebrated two seasons before taking a break in 2020 and 2021 due to the pandemic. In the congregation’s recent history, St. Stephen’s has been recognized for raising awareness of hunger and food insecurity by hosting one of the largest food pantries in the state of Delaware. Planned with the same love that distinguishes this community of service, Concerts at St. Stephen’s presented exceptional music for the enjoyment and edification of the Wilmington community. In its belief that beautiful music is an inherent part of community worship, inspiring and enhancing our appreciation of the glory of God, St. Stephen’s offers all events free of charge and open to the general public.
We look forward to welcoming you to Concerts at St. Stephen’s!
Please join us on Sunday, February 18 at 4 pm for "What Wondrous Love," an organ concert featuring Joanne R. Hench. The program will focus on Lent, Black History Month, and Love (as in Valentine's Day). Guest artists are Monica Small, soprano, and Henry Chisholm, piano.
Joanne is retired after more than six decades as a church music professional, teacher, performer, accompanist, and choral conductor. Her most recent position was Director of Music/Organist at First Presbyterian Church in Newark. She held a similar position at St. Stephen’s from 1976 to 1993.
All are welcome! The concert is free.