Community Concert Series

The Prospect Park UMC Concert Series supports our community through music and fellowship. Each month September through May, PPUMC hosts exceptional performers from across the Twin Cities, who donate their gift of song to help make our community a more vibrant and engaging place to live, work and play.

Concerts take place in the historic Prospect Park United Methodist Church sanctuary. Concerts are free and open to the public, with a free will offering taken to support area nonprofits and community organizations. There’s plenty of free parking, and refreshments are served immediately following the performance.

See the entire PPUMC 2016-17 Community Concert Series schedule here: 2016-17-series-list


 

The Tower Hill Brass Quintet performs “A Brass Bouquet”, a free concert to welcome spring and benefit Minnesota Interfaith Power & Light at Prospect Park United Methodist Church this Saturday, April 8 at 7 pm. We’ve heard these fabulous musicians play Christmas music at PPUMC for many years; what a joy to be able to hear them in the spring! Donations will be accepted with 100% going to Minnesota Interfaith Power & Light.

Minnesota Interfaith Power & Light believes the active care of creation is integral to spiritual life and social justice. They bring together Minnesota’s faith communities and provide opportunities for congregations to join the growing climate justice movement. Learn more at http://mnipl.org/ or on Facebook.

This concert is part of PPUMC’s Community Concert Series, supporting our community through music and fellowship. Each month September through May, PPUMC hosts exceptional performers from across the Twin Cities, who donate their gift of song to help make our community a more vibrant and engaging place to live, work and play. Concerts are free with donations accepted to support various designated area nonprofits and community organizations. All are welcome and invited to stay after the concert for refreshments and camaraderie.