Out of Many, a musical play about immigration: 5/4/17

In a 2014 Tufts Now article, Somerville was described as having a rich ethnic diversity and pride in its immigrant, working-class roots. In addition, the city was said to be integrating new immigrants into the community. We know this continues to this day–in response to current events regarding immigrants, Somerville Mayor Joseph Curtatone has declared Somerville a …


The Berry Collective Concert, 4/28/17, 8pm

The Berry Collective presents Mozart and Beethoven Take 5: The Quintets for Fortepiano and Winds A period-instrument performance of beloved chamber music featuring some of early music’s most exciting performers Kristin Olson, classical oboe Thomas Carroll, historical clarinet Allen Hamrick, classical bassoon Yoni Kahn, natural horn Sylvia Berry, fortepiano Join us Friday, April 28, 2017 at …


St. James Book Club: Wed, 5/3/17

Thanks to everyone who came out last time. We had a great discussion of the issues raised by The Sympathizer.  Although a little brutal at times, it’s a good read. If you haven’t yet read it, put it on your list. For our next selection, we agreed to do something light–My Italian Bulldozer by Alexander McCall Smith. …


16 April 2017: He Is Risen!

Join us at 10am for a festive Eucharistic service in celebration of the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Please bring the entire family–the service will be followed by a delicious coffee hour and children’s Easter egg hunt. The Lord is risen. The Lord is risen, indeed. Alleluia!