Concert for a Cause - "The Spirit of Music" for IMPACTO LGBTQ By Brooklyn Anderson

April 11, 3:00-3:45 pm, Clarendon Presbyterian Church Playground

RSVP Here (Max: 25 people)

Donate Here (memo line: Concert for a Cause or Impacto LBGTQ)

Come out and hear our very own Brooklyn Anderson perform live a solo concert of inspirational favorites! Every now and then we all need a break from the cares of the world and this event is sure to transport you to a more peaceful place. The concert will be outside and will feature improvisations on "Climb Ev'ry Mountain" "Bridge over troubled water" among others.

Safety is essential. 

  • When you RSVP, you affirm that when attending the in-person service, you do not have any symptoms of COVID-19, you have had no known contact in the last 14 days with a person with COVID-19, and that you have not had a positive COVID-19 test in the last 14 days.
  • All outdoor events require a reservation for a maximum of 25 people. 
  • Masks must be property worn (we recommend double masking if you can)
  • Maintain 6 ft of distance from those who did not come with you
  • No hugging 
  • No singing 
  • Please bring your own water/ digital program/ your own chair.
  • We recommend that you dress in comfortable layers.

In the case of rain, the program will be on-line (Zoom/YouTube) on the regular Sunday worship link. 

Concert for a Cause -

Gillian Grassie - 


THANK YOU for raising $5,524 towards Bridges to Independence Sullivan House Family Shelter! (concert December 12)

You can still donate here:


Clarendon Presbyterian Church will build on its support for Bridges to Independence’s Sullivan House Family Shelter by presenting a benefit Zoom concert on Saturday, December 12 at 8 p.m. featuring singer/songwriter/harpist, Gillian Grassie.  Ron Bookbinder and James Fisher have offered to sponsor the event so that all proceeds will go to the families of Sullivan House, Arlington’s largest emergency family shelter, which hosts 45 beds and serves about 300 clients a year – two thirds of them children. 


Funds raised will support the need for supplies for clients, including food, linens, clothes and other requirements.  Information to register in advance and donate will be available next week, with giving levels at $10, $25 and $50 (or more, if you are feeling generous!) 

Gillian Grassie will perform for about an hour, featuring her own music, along with some contemporary and holiday songs.  Gillian is an award-winning singer/songwriter from Philadelphia who has appeared world wide, and competed on NPR's Tiny Desk Concert series. Her artistry with the harp takes the instrument to unusual styles and places, and when combined with her songwriting and highly distinctive vocals, promises a wonderful evening.  She has been a guest performer multiple times over the years at Clarendon to great acclaim.  Her website is

Check out Gillian Grassie as the Guest Musician for our worship service on November 15, 2020. 

Gillian Grassie,

Musical Offerings, 

Clarendon Presbyterian Church  November 15, 2020

Three performances:

Women of Ireland (instrumental)

When I Was a Boy (Vocal at 3:55)

Gifts Received (Vocal at 9:21).