The Next Service Opportunity is Tuesday, May 22, at 4PM

We always welcome and need 7-8 individuals including families with teenagers 14 years old or older to serve dinner at this United Methodist Outreach Ministry (UMOM) event. We leave CCOV at 4PM and are usually back around 7:30 PM.

“Preach the gospel, and if necessary, use words.”

This is your invitation to live and love as our faith calls us to do.

Plan to meet at CCOV and then carpool to Halle Women’s Center, 3424 East Van Buren.

Contact: Janet at 480-391-3905 with questions.

Guest Soloist May 6th – Nikolaus Flickinger

Born in Fort Wayne, Indiana, Nikolaus Flickinger received his Master’s of Oboe Performance degree from Arizona State University.  Nikolaus plays second oboe and English Horn for the West Valley Symphony.  He also plays oboe for Phoenix Opera.  He is member of the active chamber group Mill Avenue Chamber Players.  Before Arizona Nikolaus attended the University of Cincinnati, College-Conservatory of Music, where he received his Bachelor’s degree.

Nikolaus’s previous performance experiences have been with the Phoenix Symphony, Tucson Symphony, Orchesta Sinfonica de la UANL in Monterrey, Mexico, Arizona Opera, Flagstaff Symphony, American Institue of Musical Studies Orchestra in Graz, Austria, Mesa Symphony, Musica Nova Orchestra, and Sarasota Festival Orchestra.   Nikolaus is currently Adjunct Faculty at Glendale Community College and Mesa Community College.  He is also the primary oboe specialist at Arizona School for the Arts, and enjoys his own private studio.  Nikolaus is also owner and founder of the online oboe reed company OBONIK, where is specializes in handmade oboe and English Horn reeds.

The Next Service Opportunity is Tuesday, April 24, at 4PM

We always welcome and need 7-8 individuals including families with teenagers 14 years old or older to serve dinner at this United Methodist Outreach Ministry (UMOM) event. We leave CCOV at 4PM and are usually back around 7:30 PM.

“Preach the gospel, and if necessary, use words.”

This is your invitation to live and love as our faith calls us to do.

Plan to meet at CCOV and then carpool to Halle Women’s Center, 3424 East Van Buren.

Contact: Janet at 480-391-3905 with questions.

Sunday, April 1, Easter Service at 10AM

Internationally acclaimed soloist Katarzyna Honsberger will join us for Easter this year. Kat has performed frequently with the Phoenix Opera including their productions of Aida, Carmen, Madama Butterfly, Die Zauberflote, and La Traviata. Anyone that has been captivated by her incredible voice will realize how truly memorable this service will be. While Kat’s bio lists mainly her opera accomplishments, she also performs a wide spectrum of music from the Broadway musicals of Cole Porter to the theater compositions of Jerome Kern along with an opera aria and mesmerizing vocal and piano duets.

Guest Musician on March 4th

Gabe Kovach will be our guest musician on March 4th. He and Larry will be performing Mozart’s 3rd Horn Concerto. Gabriel, born in Philadelphia, PA, is active as both a chamber and orchestral musician. Mr. Kovach has been Principal Horn of the Phoenix Symphony since 2006.

The Next Service Opportunity is Tuesday, February 27, at 4PM

We always need seven or eight individuals to serve dinner at this monthly United Methodist Outreach Ministry (UMOM) event.

Families with teenagers 14 years old or older are welcome to join us. We always receive more than we give when we go and it provides us with an opportunity to demonstrate and practice our Christian faith. We leave CCOV at 4PM and are usually back around 7:30 PM.

“Preach the gospel, and if necessary, use words.”

This is your invitation to live and love as our faith calls us to do.

Plan to meet at CCOV and then carpool to Halle Women’s Center, 3424 East Van Buren.

Guest Musician on February 4th, Daga Suchoń

Our guest soloist for the Sunday service on February 4th will be violinist Daga Suchoń. She will join with our music director, Larry Loeber, for a program featuring music from her native country of Poland, including works by Paderewski, Wienawski, and the exciting “Oberek” dance by Bacewicz. See you there!