The William & Mary Choir will present a concert in the Nave at 7:30 p.m. on Palm Sunday evening (March 20). Admission is free. Donations to The Choir are graciously accepted. Please attend and encourage friends and family to come along with you. Host families are encouraged to attend. If you think you might be of help, contact Ed Watkins at

For those unfamiliar with The College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia, whose choir will present a concert for us on March 20, it is the second oldest college in the U.S., founded in 1693 by Royal Charter (King William and Queen Mary) and affiliated with the Church of England. The main structure on the old campus is The Wren Building, designed by Sir Christopher Wren, but altered in the 18th century due to several fires. It is the oldest college academic building in use (in America). No longer used for classes, it contains a beautiful chapel and great hall.

The Wren Building faces Duke of Gloucester Street with 18th century restored Colonial Williamsburg. The Restoration, Jamestown – the first permanent English settlement in the new world, 1607, and nearby Yorktown, where the British surrendered to the colonies in the Revolutionary War, constitute “The Historic Triangle” and are well worth a visit by all.

  • When: Palm Sunday, March 20, 7:30 p.m.
  • Where: HTP Nave