The first gathering of Holy Grounds teen coffee house on March 16th was a great success. More than 65 teens and young adults enjoyed the evening with live music, great conversation, refreshments and, of course, coffee. Two Christian rock bands, Trace and Bad Times and Good Vibes from the Centreville and Kent Island areas, provided the entertainment. Holy Grounds coffee house, hosted by Wye Parish, brings together teens and young adults from the greater Wye Mills area in an interdenominational setting of relaxed worship. The next coffee house is planned for Saturday, April 20th from 7:30-9:30pm with an entire evening of live music by Christian Alternative artists Back Burner from Centreville. Held at handicap accessible 14114 Old Wye Mills Road, the price of admission is $5 or a donation of three non-perishable food items. For more information about Holy Grounds and future performance opportunities, please call 410-463-1466.
In photo from left to right: Juliana Cianchetta, Grace Windsor, Tim Coffelt, Anthony Cianchetta (Piano) Kenny Leonard, Luke Glasgow, Jonathan Grimplin (Bass) and Johnny King