Fire will be performing a concert on Sunday afternoon, May 8 at 3:30 at Thomas Jefferson Memorial Church Unitarian Universalist near the UVA campus at 717 Rugby Road. The concert is free and open to the public. A free will offering will benefit PACEM.
Fire is a Charlottesville-based women’s a cappella chamber ensemble whose members share both a desire to live grounded in the Divine and a great joy in singing well together. The May 8th program will feature several works by distinguished American composer Alice Parker in conjunction with the international year-long celebration of her 90th birthday. More information is online here.
PACEM is a grassroots organization that coordinates space and volunteers to provide shelter for individuals in our community who are homeless. Our name, PACEM, is an acronym for People and Congregations Engaged in Ministry. Pacem is also a Latin word meaning peace.
More than 80 faith congregations and community groups and 3,000 volunteers in the Charlottesville area come together each winter to address the need for shelter by opening their doors, serving evening meals, giving financially, and/or providing companionship. The PACEM Family continues to expand since the shelters opened in 2004.
What is PACEM?
Here’s a link to a video that explains it in 3 minutes PACEM Video
For more information about PACEM, give us a call at 434-973-1234. Extension 121 is Executive Director Dawn Grzegorczyk.
Extension 114 is Program Director Jayson Whitehead.
Extension 119 is Case Manager/Advocate Adriana Nicholson.
You can also mail Dawn at firstname.lastname@example.org,
Jayson at email@example.com, and Adriana at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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