To Celebrate God’s Presence in:
To Glorify God and Make Disciples in the Name of Jesus Christ as the Spirit leads and Guides
We value friendship with church family members as we grow in faith, share in the life and work of our church and live following the teachings of Jesus Christ
As a congregation of the United Church of Canada we adhere to Statements of Faith as part of our history but members are not required to adhere to any particular creed or formulation of doctrine. The Bible serves as the primacy of our faith and understanding of God.
Four Statements of Faith- 20 Articles of Doctrine 1925; Statement of Faith 1940; A New Creed 1968 and A Song of Faith 2006 are doctrinal teachings of who God is and what we believe have guided the United Church of Canada from its Inception in June 1925 until present day.
Karen Price is a native of Windsor, Ontario. She earned her Bachelor of Music degree in Organ Performance with Distinction studying with David Palmer and Richard Householder. She was the first Canadian woman to be accepted into the Master of Music program in Choral Conducting Performance graduating with distinction, studying with Lloyd Pfautsch at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas.
Upon returning to Canada, Ms Price was the recepient of the Leslie Bell Choral Conducting Award which was presented to her in Ottawa by Sir David Willcocks. Other choral conductors with whom she studied are Elmer Iseler and Jon Washburn. Ms Price has performed throughout Canada and the United States.
Moving to Waterloo, she was the Director of Music at First United Church where she conducted six choirs.
She was also Director of Music at Robertson Wesley United Church in Edmonton. While living in Alberta, Ms Price was an adjudicator throughout the province and she was a vocal recitalist for CBC Radio Canada.
Upon returning to Ontario, she was an adjudicator for the University of Toronto as well as teaching in the private school system as Director of Choral Activities at Trinity College School and St. Clement's School.
Ms Price has conducted in concert at Roy Thomson Hall and Massey Hall. A well-known conductor and clinician, she has won many gold and platinum awards in the Toronto Kiwanis Music Festivals with numerous choirs.
Ms Price recently returned to Windsor where she is Music Director at Glenwood United Church and serves on the Executive of the Windsor-Essex RCCO(Royal Canadian College of Organists).
Glenwood Church volunteers live out their faith through serving Christ’s church in many ways- from the Church Board which oversees the mission and ministry of our church to active committee members and volunteers, there is a place for you to share your gifts and talents as well as opportunities to grow in faith. With monthly board meetings and active committees there is a place for you! Thank you Jane and Pat for all you do in our church office!
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