Emanuel Ringers

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Monday, December 21, 2020

Fall 2020 Ringing season brought with it all new things.

We recorded as much as possible to provide music for worship services during our hour long rehearsals for all of the choirs. We did not start rehearsals till the end of October. Some recordings were done in one or two rehearsals. The ringers were great about learning the music in such a short time. We didi know if we would meet or who could meet week to week but we did it

. You can hear us during the following services. 


If you missed it - you can find the recorded services at Emanuel's youtube page


as well as the benefit concert now on youtube. Please share with friends and family, you can still donate to the concert, it's not too late to support the ringer's beneficiary. 

Pentecost 23 and 24, ERI's Handbell Proclamation
Christ the King - Adult and ERII's
Thanksgiving Day 2020 AER and ERI
Second Sunday of Advent ERII
Bell Concert ERI's
Advent 4 ERI's 

The Christmas Eve and Christmas Day services will be broadcast on Youtube at the following times.

Dec 24, Christmas Eve 7 pm 
Dec 25, Christmas Day 10 AM

Enjoy the music!
Merry Christmas to everyone!

Saturday, December 12, 2020

 Handbell Benefit Handbell Concert 4 PM Dec.13.2020 

(Remote Concert can be accessed from home)



(You do not have to have a facebook account to watch. The link should send you to facebook, ignore the Log in and Create a New Account buttons, or if you see a Not Now button, click that.  Move your cursor to the picture of Katonah's church and scroll the page a couple of inches till you see the concert) 

With safety protocols in place, the Emanuel Ringers and Katonah Celebration Ringers recorded Sunday afternoon's concert this past week to benefit the Break the Hold Organization. Please click the link above and enjoy the work the ringers have done to create music for all of you to enjoy. 

Break the Hold organization's mission is suicide prevention. They provide funding to teach students and provide resources to build resilience and reduce the risk of suicide through education, advocacy and raise awareness about depression and other mental health challenges.

You can donate in the following way, before, during and after the concert. 

Option A: Click here to donate directly. 

Please check the box next to “I would like to dedicate this donation” and enter “handbell concert” in the Tribute Name field.

Option B: Venmo your donation to @Katonah-Presbyterian   Put “handbell concert” in the note.

Option C: Write a check made out to “KPC” and mail it to Katonah Presbyterian Church, 31 Bedford Road, Katonah, NY 10536. Put “handbell concert” in the memo. 

Enjoy the music in the comfort of your home, in pajamas and some food. It will be a first for the ringers to watch themselves ring.