At Faith Presbyterian Church, we believe that music is an essential element in our faith, fellowship, and community. We are pleased to continue our Concert Series and look forward to excellent sacred and classical music.  All concerts are FREE. Get directions.
WHERE:  720 Marsh Road, Wilmington

Here is an overview of the musicians we've had the honor of hosting in this series since it's inception in 2013:

Alessandra Rose Johnson, Piano

Richard Amoroso, Violin

Richard Amoroso, Cello

Patrick Kreeger, Organ

Ruth Naomi Floyd, Voice

Issac King, Viola

Westminster Brass, Brass Quintet

Qvinctus, Vocal Quintet

Ben Harding, Pianist

Gary Seydell, Voice

Will Stern, Violin

Cheryl Elliot, Violin

Lisa Dunham, Horn

Barbara Prugh, Trumpet

Rob Kennan, Organ

John Bullard, Classical Banjo
Genevieve Hahn, Soprano

Brinson Moore, Violin

Janet Witman, Harp

Richard Jones, Cello

Tim Vattima, Jazz Trio

Christopher Kraus, Piano/Organ

David Kim, Violin

Graeme Burgan, Collaborative Piano

Ira & Higo Rodrigues, Voice/Piano

Leonardo Le San, Piano

The Highlands Duo, Violin/Harpsichord

Cairn University Chorale

Erica Harr, Voice

Natalie Grace, Violin

Robert Joubert, Bass

Rudy Lucente, Organist

Tom Elliot, Trombone

The Faith Concert Series is a ministry of Faith Presbyterian Church, which seeks to:

  1. Give Glory to God through musical excellence. Music is given to praise God for his faithfulness in redeeming his people (Psalm 71:22-23).  Our artists combine God-given talents with years of study, practice, and refinement to proclaim Christ's excellence through heavenly art.
  2. Reach our community with diverse, professional-caliber concerts, offered always with free-admission. The Faith Concert Series hosts Carnegie-Hall quality musicians and is committed to making the gift of music available to our community at no charge.
  3. Educate and Edify our audiences. The musical selections of the Faith Concert Series run the gamut of the instrument on display, covering differing musical genres & periods, and always including sacred selections with a gospel emphasis. Artists' talking points provide historical context, explain musical technique, or offer personal testimony alongside the music. 


Sanctuary Album CoverOctober 15th  
Sanctuary Album Concert


New Album Release, Sanctuary
Hear all 6 artists on Faith-featured album, "Sanctuary," collaborate with Album author, Christopher M. Kraus and hear the stories behind this release, recorded entirely in the FPC sanctuary. Performers Barbara Prugh, Dr. Samuel Schreiber, Gary Seydell, Alexander Covelli, Tim Vattima, and Warren Ulaner will join us for this concert.




Christmas ConcertDecember 3rd


Choir and chamber orchestra.  A North Wilmington Tradition. 

Join us for the gateway into Christmas as we gather together for a free concert and to sing Christmas carols together.  This concert will also be live-streamed at

Concert Bulletin


February 25th 


Amoroso Da Capo

Amoroso da Capo, a father / son duo on cello and violin, has been performing together for over 45 years in all kinds of venues... everything from churches to the Academy of Music in Philadelphia. Their repertoire includes Sacred/worship music, classical music, as well as disco and pop music. Their intent is to give their testimony and speak to their relationship with God. Concert Bulletin


March 28th
Maundy Thursday


A night of special music, Scripture readings, and communion.

Join us for this service of remembrance on the night before Jesus’ death as we remember His sacrifice and look forward to the celebration of Easter morning.  



April 28th
Janet Witman, Harp


An Evening of Heavenly Harp
Janet Witman has been a dedicated and esteemed teacher and performer of classical and celtic harp music for over four decades. She is principal harpist with Kennett Symphony, performs with the concert harp duo, “Principally Harps.”  Her Celtic harp experience began after years of enjoying Scottish and Irish music, and searching her Scots-Irish heritage. [Concert Bulletin]





Questions?  Suggestions? 
Contact Christopher Kraus.