ABC Earth Care Benefit Concert
April 8th, Thursday, 7:00-8:00pm online*A free concert of secular and sacred music celebrating hope for the future of our natural world.*With classical, folk, and popular music, everyone has a voice.*A freewill donation to benefit local and global organizations successfully working to reverse climate change. Featuring Musicians from
Across the Region:
Brighton: Joanna Frank, classical cellist
Fairmont, WV: Kevin Aldana, sacred vocalist
Geneseo: the late Miche Fambro, singer, song-writer and guitar
Greece: Steve Gretz and Leslie Lee, singers, song-writers and guitar
Louisville, KY: Elizabeth Weaver, Allison Hammons, Louie Bailey, sacred music trio
Oberlin, OH: Peace Community Choir, sacred choral music
Ogden: Fred Dean, folk music pianist
Rochester: David Labman and Eastman student vocalists, classical choral music
Local:RENEW Climate Fund of the Rochester Area Community Foundation RENEW Climate Fund | Rochester Area Community Foundation provides energy efficiency and weatherization for low-income home owners in the Greater Rochester area.
International:Savory Institute Support Holistic Management & Regenerative Agriculture | Savory Institute facilitates regenerative agriculture hubs for farmers across the world.
Three Ways to Register: Go to: http://greecebaptistchurch.org/creation-collaborative.html or send an email to , or call 225-6160 X1. Registered participants will receive the zoom link.
Three Ways to Make a Donation:Donate directly to one or both of the organizations listed above, before, during, or after the concert. Or make a donation through the yellow DONATE button at Greecebaptistchurch.org, and send an email to indicating your name, the date, the amount, and purpose of your donation.Or mail your check to Greece Baptist Church, 1230 Long Pond Road, Rochester, NY 14626, indicating the purpose of your donation.
Endless Benefits:A memorable evening of music during CovidA win-win-win for people, their pocketbooks, and the planetThe benefits of energy efficient homes continues year after year.Educating farmers to care for the earth is passed on from farm to farm, from generation to generation.
Contact: Cheryl Frank 585-730-1719 cell,
You may share the zoom link with your congregations and friends, but please do not post it on public social media sites:Meeting ID: 997 086 475Passcode: 173071