Join PS in Emmaus Home's inaugural Catholic Underground. A night of worship, reconciliation, music, and fellowship awaits!
PS returns to the the beautiful mountains of Dallas, Pennsylvania for their Catholic Underground. We are excited to once again be with some of the nicest people you can meet. Praying with them, and then sharing our music with them...ya can't beat it!
Come to Ivy Hall for a night of wine, beverages, and light fare. This is to raise funds for Emmaus Home, which serves people with disabilities. Please support this worthy cause, while PS provides the music!
After 4 incredible years with the Jr. High Track of the Camden Diocese Charismatic Conference, PS has been requested to take over as the Music Ministry for the Senior Track for 2014. New doors are opened, and PS is stoked to be a part of this event! Get the word out to all the youth groups for both of these tracks, as well as the new Young Adult Track being introduced! Friday Evening, all day Saturday, into early Sunday afternoon. Mass, Adoration, Praise and Worship, and much more!
The power of music has an undeniable ability to move the soul of the listener. Music that glorifies God and stirs the soul is an instrument to bring people to the Lord and to build unity. The Abbey Faith and Music Festival, September 20th, is a response to the repeated call of our Church for a “New Evangelization”. This festival will be a day for people of all ages to celebrate the truth and beauty of our faith and to experience the power of up-lifting, Christ-centered music to unite us more closely with God and one another. Abbey Faith and Music Fest will feature leading Catholic music artists who have changed lives with their music. Responding to the need to serve beyond the walls of our church in an uplifting and engaging way for all members of Christ’s body, this extraordinary day will include speakers, music, food, Holy Mass, the Sacrament of Reconciliation, ending with candlelight Eucharistic Adoration.
“BROOKHAVEN, Pa. — Here in the living room apartment of its lead singer on a Monday night, huddled together on couches and chairs with their instruments, the five members of Paging Samuel practice one of their newer songs, “Given and Received.” “The world is a battered wasteland full of sorrows/But love freely given and received, transforms yesterdays into tomorrow,” sings Paul Forsyth as his bandmates — J.D. Hull on rhythm guitar and background vocals; Nate Harlow on bass; Bill Earley on lead guitar and violin; and Scott Johnston on percussion — complete the rest of the tune. Paging Samuel, formed in the summer of 2009, is “an awesome example of how completely different people can come together, and play for God,” explains Harlow, 27 years old, from Cherry Hill... For the rest of the article, please use the link provided. ”