Local clergy to sponsor ‘Sweet Sounds Café’

Local clergy to sponsor ‘Sweet Sounds Café’The "Pastor Posse Band" performs at last year's Sweet Sounds café.  All are invited to this year's Sweet Sounds Café on Feb. 17, from 2 to 4 p.m. at Wysox Presbyterian Church. Provided photo.

The “Sweet Sounds Café”, a benefit sponsored by the Towanda Area Clergy association, will be held at the Wysox Presbyterian Church on Sunday, Feb. 17, from 2 to 4 p.m.  

The “Pastor Posse Band” as well as other local talent will entertain with a variety of songs. Sweet and savory snacks contributed by area churches will be offered to guests as they listen to the music. 

All are invited to come for the afternoon or drop in for songs and snacks. A good will offering is encouraged.

The event is meant to raise awareness for the mission of the Grace Connection, an ecumenical venture serving the Towanda, Northeast Bradford, and Wyalusing School Districts of Bradford County, as well as the village of Ulster. 

Local clergy to sponsor ‘Sweet Sounds Café’
The “Pastor Posse Band” performs at last year’s Sweet Sounds café.  All are invited to this year’s Sweet Sounds Café on Feb. 17, from 2 to 4 p.m. at Wysox Presbyterian Church. Provided photo.

In a press release they wrote, “Grace Connection’s ministry seeks to lovingly aid people over the hardships of life by connecting with them in the name of Jesus Christ, and to help provide assistance when and where other agencies are not available.”

Housed in the lower level of the Trinity Lutheran Church in Towanda, Grace Connection has office hours on Mondays and Thursdays from 1 to 4 p.m. As a designated 501C3 organization, 97 percent of funds contributed are used to assist clients.

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