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Dominick Cox

April 1

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 Originally from the Catskills and Adirondacks of New York, Dominick is now a Nashville recording artist.  Music was a big part of his life as a teen, however it took a back burner once he joined the military.  After a successful military tour and working in the civilian world for a time, Dominick felt a calling to lead and inspire others to put their faith in action through the DRIVEN11 ministry and so began the journey.   He sees himself simply as an ambassador for Christ.  Even though the medium changes from music, speaking, writing or teaching the mission remains the same.

   Each original song performed by Dominick is the expression of the real life of a believer in Jesus Christ.  2015 was the release of “Light of the Future” and the latest CD titled “Left Field” was released in 2017.





May 6










 After a long hiatus Obadiah is back! The band continues with a strong prison ministry and will return to Karen's Place on May 6.




Simple Tenants

May 20

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  Simple Tenants is an Indie-Christian rock band hailing from York, PA. They started playing together as a worship team and soon felt led to reach outside the walls of their church, offering original music and engaging worship. Rooted in their various musical backgrounds, their tones and lyrics encourage believers to celebrate and explore their faith. Simple Tenants aim to deliver relevant music that shines a gentle light through the darkness and inspires the worshipper to raise their voice.



Constitution & Ninth

June 3

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 The band "Harney" was formed in 2016 when friends Ian Browne, Dan Harney and Kamin Personett went to a Carrolton/Andrew Peterson concert. All three friends were musicians that shared a passion for skillful, poetic and spiritually/heartfelt songwriting. The band, now called Constitution & Ninth, desires to produce music that is honoring to God and is centered in the redemptive story of the Gospel. Their style could probably be best described as Christian folk rock, but really they're just 4 guys that love Jesus, their families, and as much accordion-infused, acoustic-rock that one can tolerate. They can't wait to introduce their music to you!




































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KP TV is finally here! Featured every second Wednesday of the month at 8:30 PM on WBPH (TV 60) from Allentown. Also carried on Comcast Cable .Check the WBPH link  and go to their coverage link to find the channel near you.   Next show will be aired on Wednesday April 12  at  8:30 PM featuring  Tracing Caleb

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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.