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President:          Shelleen Vandermey

Vice-President:  Garth Solar

Secretary/Treasurer:  Carol Benesh





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Knox and Metropolitan


125th Anniversary










Darke Memorial Chimes



Knox and Metropolitan

125th Anniversary

This concert played by Wayne Tunison and Carol Benesh honours the contributions made by the members of the Knox and Metropolitan congregations over the past 125 years.


1.          Boer War  

Capetown                             Friedrich Filitz (1804-1876)


2.          Cyclone

Except from Central Collegiate Suite (Strong Winds Pass By)                            F. Wayne Tunison (b. 1953)


3.          World War I  

         St. Petersburg

                         Dmitri Stepanovich Bortniansky (1751-1825)


4.          Methodists and Presbyterians Join to create United Church 

         Let Me Call You Sweetheart

                                                     Leo Friedman (1869-1927)


5.          Tower Bells  Installed

            Merry Bells of England                                  J. Flehman


Knox and Metropolitan

125th Anniversary

6.                Depression        

            Hungry for You                Larry John Peterson (b. 1952)


7.                World War II      

            Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen

                                                                 American Traditional


8.                Knox and Metropolitan Churches Unite  

            Union Seminary                  Harold Friedell (1905-1958)


9.                New Organ

            Meditation for Organ      Earnest A. Moore (1899-1975)


10.           Bach’s 300th Birthday

            Wachet Auf                          Philipp Nicolai (1556-1608)


11.           St. Andrews Chapel Worship

            St. Andrew

                              Tans'ur's "New Harmony of Zion" (c. 1764)



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