At 2 p.m. this Sunday, Christ Church welcomed the return of the group Small Delusions, performing to help provide needed support for Ukrainian refugees. Folks of all ages joined us for a special concert in the Sanctuary of New Brick. The wonderful trio presented a special performance to help raise funds for Ukrainian refugee families.
The United Nations reports that ten million people - more than a quarter of the country's population - have left their homes and nearly 3.5 million of them have fled to other nations in order to avoid the catastrophic situation in their homeland. That number, sadly, is very likely to continue to rise exponentially. For a few hours today, we had an opportunity to hear classic sounds and fond favorites while helping to support a very necessary cause. And now, you can listen and watch the performance - as well as support this ministry - any time you like.
Small Delusions - Jan DeBoissiere, JB Hanson, and Shannon Pruitt - used to be part of a larger group called Delusions of Grandeur. As they tell us, "Our delusions are still there; they are just smaller." They've performed together for over six years, and we're thrilled to have them back on the Christ Church "stage" for this one-off gig.
If you wish to donate online, you can use the Refugee Ministry online form or scan the QR code that's below. Just select "Ukrainian Refugee Ministry" from the MEMO dropdown menu on our secure form. You can also go low-tech and send a check to Christ Church. Just put "Ukrainian Refugee Ministry" in the subject line, and mail it to us; our address is at the bottom of every page of our website. Whichever method you choose, Christ Church will direct every bit of these gifts toward relief for the people of Ukraine.