Christmas at Tenth

By / Dec 1

Lessons & Carols

“Heaven Came Down”

Thursday, December 23 & Friday, December 24th at 7:30pm. Doors open at 7:00pm.

This service of Lessons and Carols continues the beloved tradition at Tenth of celebrating the glory and mystery of the Incarnation.  Scripture lessons chronicling the birth of Jesus, festive carol singing with the Nicaea Brass, anthems by the Tenth Chamber Choirs, and a homily by Dr. Goligher combine to praise our Great Savior.

No tickets or registration is required.
There will be mask-required and mask-optional seating areas within the sanctuary for both services. 
Sign Language Interpretation will be available on December 24.
Both services will be available by livestream at tenth.live.

Tenth Family Christmas

Friday, December 24th at 4:30pm

No tickets or registration is required.
There will be mask-required and mask-optional seating areas within the sanctuary. 
The service will also be available by livestream at tenth.live.



Christmas Lessons & Carols

By / Dec 1

Scripture lessons, a message from Dr. Goligher, festive carol singing, and anthems by the Tenth Choir celebrate Christ who comes down from heaven to save.

No tickets or registration is required.
There will be mask-required and mask-optional seating areas within the sanctuary for both services. 
Sign Language Interpretation will be available on December 24.
Both services will be available by livestream at tenth.live.



Christmas Lessons & Carols

By / Nov 25

“Son of God, Love’s Pure Light”, A Service of Lessons and Carols continues the beloved tradition at Tenth of celebrating the glory and mystery of the Incarnation. Scripture lessons chronicling the birth of Jesus, festive carol singing with the Nicaea Brass, anthems by the Tenth Chamber Choirs, and a homily by Dr. Goligher combine to praise our Great Savior.

Free tickets are required to attend in-person.



Christmas Lessons & Carols

By / Nov 25

“Son of God, Love’s Pure Light”, A Service of Lessons and Carols continues the beloved tradition at Tenth of celebrating the glory and mystery of the Incarnation. Scripture lessons chronicling the birth of Jesus, festive carol singing with the Nicaea Brass, anthems by the Tenth Chamber Choirs, and a homily by Dr. Goligher combine to praise our Great Savior.

Free tickets are required to attend in-person.


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Curtis Students at Tenth

By / May 13

This varied, engaging evening will feature some of the talented Curtis instrumentalists who attend Tenth playing solo and chamber music. Come hear some of tomorrow’s greatest musical artists today!

Special Event parking for the concert is available from 6:30-10:30 PM. Please follow all parking guidelines and display a parking placard in the windshield of your car.

Concert can be streamed live via Livestream starting at 7:30 PM.



Christmas Eve Lessons & Carols

By / May 13

This grand Philadelphia tradition, part of Tenth Concert Series, continues on two evenings. The Tenth Church Choir, soloists, Westminster Brass, and Tenth Chamber Players combine forces to offer beautiful Christmas music. Scripture readings, Dr. Goligher’s message “Christmas romance; Christmas truth,” and carol singing make for a memorable program. Doors open at 6:30 PM. Nursery care is not available.



Christmas Eve Lessons & Carols

By / May 13

This grand Philadelphia tradition, part of Tenth Concert Series, continues on two evenings. The Tenth Church Choir, soloists, Westminster Brass, and Tenth Chamber Players combine forces to offer beautiful Christmas music. Scripture readings, Dr. Goligher’s message “Christmas romance; Christmas truth,” and carol singing make for a memorable program. Doors open at 6:30 PM. Nursery care is not available.



Houghton College Choir Concert

By / May 13

The Houghton College Choir upholds a sacred a cappella choral tradition, while flexibly embracing a diversity of choral styles. Whether performing a Renaissance mass setting, a Baroque motet, or an African American spiritual, the choir offers well-crafted sacred music and makes its Carnegie Hall debut this month.

Event can be streamed online via Livestream starting at 7:30 PM.

Visit our concert series page for more information about the Tenth Concert Series.

Special event parking is available for this event from 6:30 to 11:00 PM. Please be sure to display a Tenth parking placard on your dashboard and follow all special event parking guidelines.



Voice & Verse

By / May 13

A splendid evening of English poems of Donne, Milton, Herbert, Vaughn, Rossetti, Hopkins, and Thompson set to music of English and North American composers. Master storyteller, Roger Petersen, will perform along with a wonderful array of solo singers.

Event can be streamed online via Livestream starting at 7:30 PM.

Visit our concert series page for more information about the Tenth Concert Series

Special event parking is available for this event from 6:30 to 11:00 PM. Please be sure to display a Tenth parking placard on your dashboard and follow all special event parking guidelines.



Tenth Church Choir Rehearsal

By / May 13

With about 65 members, including professional, semi-professional, and amateur singers, Tenth Church Choir is our mixed vocal ensemble for singers interested in challenging repertoire, regular participation in worship services, and a very full choral schedule. The choir sings in the 6:30 PM worship service, and occasionally sings during the 9 and 11 AM worship services.

Anyone 16 and older may join; commitment to twice-weekly rehearsal schedule necessary; sight-reading ability and choral experience helpful.

If you will be joining us for the first time, please arrange an audition (for placement purposes only) with interim choir director Rob Joubert.