Hymns for Canada concert benefits Telecare Crisis Line

Show takes place Friday, March 3 at Trinity Church in Abbotsford

Crystal Hicks is among the performers at a benefit concert on Friday

The Telecare Crisis and Caring Line hosts an event titled Hymns for Canada: A Night of Music and Singing on Friday, March 3.

The event starts at 7 p.m. at Trinity Christian Reformed Church, 3215 Trethewey St.

Performers include Crystal Hicks, Dave Nickel, and Stephanie Reddicop.

Also sharing their musical gifts are the husband and wife singing duo Bert and Janny Klein, soloist Tiffany Delooff, violinist Trichelle Beeke, organist Gerald Langbroek and pianist Jake Cazander .

There is no charged, but a free-will offering will be taken for the ministry of the Telecare Crisis and Caring Line, which trains volunteers to respond to calls from people who are in need of emotional support during difficult times in their lives.

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