St. Mark's Anglican Church's sanctuary in Port Hope is the most historic and longest-serving public building in the community. When St. Mark's Heritage Foundation sponsored a concert in support of the care of the church, the Headmaster and staff of Trinity College School graciously invited St. Mark's to hold the concert in The Dick and Jane LeVan Theatre (a lecture hall now fully converted into a newly dedicated, state-of-the- art theatre with incredible acoustics). A sold out concert followed, with members of the school, church and foundation working together for its success. The Cantors would like to thank the people of St. Mark's, TCS and the Foundation for their hard work and wonderful hospitality, and the generosity of the community to the foundation, and to PWRDF.
the photos, Angus, Peter, Bill and David are supported by the Incumbent
Priest of St. Mark's, The Reverend Margaret Tandy, as well as Peter
Kedwell (People's Warden) and Pat Eberle (Rector's Warden), and The
Right Reverend Linda Nicholls (Suffragan Bishop for the Trent - Durham
Area of the Diocese of Toronto) who came to support her parish and add
to the celebration of the night. Special thanks also to John Joynt of
the St. Mark's Heritage Foundation and the rest of his team for all
their hard work.