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April 20

Once Called Saul

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The band Once Called Saul is from Quakertown, PA.

The name comes from the story of Saul, a persecutor and thief who was blinded by the hand of God. Saul changed his life and his vision was restored. After becoming a follower of God, Saul changed his name to Paul. Before becoming Christians, we were all like Saul. After accepting the love of Jesus Christ we then became like Paul.

Don't get the wrong picture of us as we are not perfect and we all make mistakes, but through the love of Jesus we find it easier to get through the rough times. We know that whatever we have done our Lord has forgiven us. With Once Called Saul going strong, we look forward to being used by God and follow His calling

May 4

Wendy Schettig

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Wendy Schettig talented sing songwriter returns to Karens Place. She plays music for your soul. It's honest. It's spiritual. It's intended to offer hope. As a singer, she has been called a careful, loving singer. As a guitarist, she plays folk, fingerpicking, ragtime and blues styles. James Taylor was a big influence as was Gordon Lightfoot, Ian Tyson, Bonnie Raitt and Richard Saslow. Donít miss this stellar artist on May 4.

May 18

Jim Winder and the Race

Present Pilgrims Progress

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Journey to the Celestial City

The Pilgrims Progress has been a favorite for generations. Originally published in 1678, John Bunyan wrote this classic from his Bedford, England jail where he was imprisoned for preaching the Gospel.† It is the most noted allegory ever told and beautifully expresses, in a simple and relevant fashion, the process of coming to faith in Jesus Christ and the journey of the believer.

Join troubadour Jim Winder and his gifted band of brothers as they present this storytelling concert with original songs that were inspired by the most poignant chapters of the story. Come along with Christian on his journey from the City of Destruction to the Celestial City.† Just as compelling today as it was when the passionate preacher put quill to parchment, this is a journey you, your family and your friends won't want to miss!

Our show dialogue is adapted from John Bunyanís Pilgrimís Progress, as retold by Gary D. Schmidt, Illustrated by Barry Moser Copyright 1994, Wm B. Eerdmans Publishing Co., Grand Rapids, MI.† Used by permission;

June 1

The Eddy Mann Band

Hawaiian Night

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Eddy Mann is a smile for the soul. Heís a combination of cultural and spiritual traditions living in an ever evolving neighborhood. Heís ever comfortable in his hometown Philly roots that speak of peace, and brotherly love. An award winning and prolific singer-songwriter, he's moved gracefully through a catalog of twenty diverse albums. Being brought up in a faithful home that featured his father, a be-bop pianist, and his mother a culture sharing creative, his influences are far and wide both musically, philosophically, and spiritually. It was that broad pallet from which to draw on that has inspired his differing shades of music from album to album.

Monday Nights in August Concert Series


September 21

Battle of the Christian Bands

October 5

Red Words

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Drawing from a vast array of musical influences, the band beats a creative path thatís slightly off center of most Christian artists - an effective hybrid of edgy rock, soulful harmonies, strong pop melodies and gospel infused songs.† By design, this less-than-traditional sound seeks to draw in those less likely to pursue a spiritual path - a sonic signpost pointing to Christ.

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Karen's Place is Handicap Accessible†

Also check out the 4th Street Cafe from Columbia Presbyterian

4th Street Cafe

Karenís Place will now be donating a percentage of our proceeds to Worthwhile Wear, an organization that helps women caught in the sex trafficking industry. Click on the link below for more information about this organization

Karen's Place will continue to collect canned goods for the New Britain Baptist Food Larder which provides assistance for about 300 needy families in the area each month with food stuffs and personal items. Anyone who brings a canned good to the coffee shop {FRUITS, VEGETABLES, OR SOUPS --PLEASE, NO BAKED BEANS OR TOMATO SOUP} will receive a free cup of coffee or hot tea. Hope to see you here!

Worthwhile Wear (web site)

590 North Broad Street Doylestown, PA 18901 (215) 345-6377

Located at Doylestown Mennonite Church at the corner of Broad Street and Sandy Ridge Road. For a detailed map, see the location page or visit the Mapquest website for more detailed directions.†

We are open the 1st and 3rd Saturdays from 7:00 PM to 10:30 PM.† Great music, coffee, cappuccino and snacks in a coffee shop atmosphere.

For more information call (215) 345-6377 or

email us at info@karensplace.org.††††