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Against the Slate

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  Against the Slate

May 7

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 Ryan Bankert and Walter Kondratowski met in their freshmen year of college. Through their common love for Jesus and playing/writing music, they quickly became friends - learning from one another and challenging each other toward musical awesomeness and spiritual maturity. As Against the Slate began to grow in scope and influence, Ryan and Walter felt the need to find new musicians to help bring their music to the next level. Trevor Vaughan, a blazingly gifted lead guitarist (who was blowing minds and changing hearts at his church), answered their ad. He had also been involved in worship bands all of his musical life, but was looking to add something outside the church walls to his ministry. Trevor joined ATS in the summer of 2013 and soon became an integral part of the band. Jacob Velazquez (another local church musician) joined the band in 2014. Jake is a formidable drummer and has become the bedrock on which all of ATS's songs stand firm. gainst the Slate's desire is to reach both secular and sacred communities with songs that share their struggle against sin and the hope they have found in their relationship

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Simple Tenants

May 21

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 . Simple Tenants is a female-fronted, five-piece Indie Christian Rock band hailing from York, Pennsylvania. Beginning as a worship team at Church of the Open Door the band felt the Lord was leading them to step outside the walls of the church to share their music. Rooted in various musical backgrounds, their songs have taken on multiple genres with a focus on faith. From power ballads to Latin space westerns to folk - they aim to make music with a little bit of an edge that shines a gentle light through the darkness.

  So, where'd they get the name, you ask? Look no further than Matthew 21, where Jesus tells the Parable of the Tenants. “We believe that we Christians are the "new" tenants and it is our responsibility to tend to the kingdom's fruit and give it to Him at harvest time.”

 

 

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Karen’s Place will now be donating a percentage of our proceeds to Worthwhile Wear, an organization that helps women caught in the sex trafficking industry. Click on the link below for more information about this organization

Karen's Place will continue to collect canned goods for the New Britain Baptist Food Larder which provides assistance for about 300 needy families in the area each month with food stuffs and personal items. Anyone who brings a canned good to the coffee shop {FRUITS, VEGETABLES, OR SOUPS --PLEASE, NO BAKED BEANS OR TOMATO SOUP} will receive a free cup of coffee or hot tea. Hope to see you here!

Worthwhile Wear (web site)

 

590 North Broad Street Doylestown, PA 18901 (215) 345-6377

 

 

Located at Doylestown Mennonite Church at the corner of Broad Street and Sandy Ridge Road. For a detailed map, see the location page or visit the Mapquest website for more detailed directions. 

We are open the 1st and 3rd Saturdays from 7:00 PM to 10:30 PM.  Great music, coffee, cappuccino and snacks in a coffee shop atmosphere.

 

For more information call (215) 345-6377 or

  email us at info@karensplace.org.