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

Patrick Kreeger, Organ

Ruth Naomi Floyd, Voice

Westminster Brass, Brass Quintet

Qvinctus, Vocal Quintet

Ben Harding, Pianist

Gary Seydell, Voice

Will Stern, Violin

Lisa Dunham, Horn

Barbara Prugh, Trumpet

John Bullard, Classical Banjo
Genevieve Hahn, Soprano

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

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. 


Genevieve Hahn, Flute & VoiceOctober 24th  
Genevieve Hahn, Soprano


Flute & Voice
Genevieve Hahn is a second-year graduate student pursuing two Master’s degrees in Flute and Vocal Performance at the University of Delaware, where she studies flute with Professor Eileen Grycky and voice with Dr. Isai Jess Munoz. 

In 2019, she took second place in the Eastern Division of the MTNA Young Artist
Woodwind Performance Competition. She also won the DSMTA Award at UD for Outstanding Performance in 2017, the Newark Symphony Orchestra Youth Concerto Competition College Division in 2018, and the UD Honors Recital Competition in 2020. Genna combines her musical pursuits in her full-time work as a salaried vocalist and flautist at the Lower Brandywine Presbyterian Church and has also guest performed on both instruments at numerous churches in Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania over the past seven years.

Christmas ConcertDecember 5th
CHRISTMAS CONCERT - A Very Getty Christmas 


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 6th 
Robert Joubert, Bass


Bass with Presence!     

Robert C. Joubert, bass, has appeared with Bronx Opera (Il Commendatore - Don Giovanni, Lob - The Poisoned Kiss), dell'Arte Opera Ensemble (Truffaldin - Ariadne auf Naxos), and Philadelphia Opera Collective (Rev. Olin Blitch - Susannah).  Robert holds a Master of Music degree in Voice Performance and a Bachelor of Music degree in Trumpet Performance from The Greatbatch School of Music, Houghton College. He has studied voice with Kelley Hijleh, Robert McFarland, and Shirley Close. Rob has also worked with vocal and drama coaches Sharon Johnson, John Douglas, Chris Fectaeu, Luke Housner, Michele Scanlon, and Ben Spierman. In addition to his performing activities, Rob serves as the Director of Choral Activities at Shawnee High School in Medford, New Jersey.  He resides in Stratford, NJ with his wife Tori and their three children Lael, Joanna, and Elias. 



April 14th
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.  

May 1st
Keyboard Extravaganza!


Organ, Piano, & Harpsichord - 
Rob Kennan, Higo Rodrigues, and Christopher Kraus playing as many keyboards as will fit on the Faith Presbyterian Stage! Don't miss this unique opportunity to hear three keyboard instruments in one place. Also available on Livestream. Concert Bulletin.


Questions?  Suggestions? 
Contact Christopher Kraus.