The Warren Civic Chorus is a non-profit organization that was establised to foster and promote choral music in and about the city of Warren, to promote a fellowship among Chorus members by use of a social and musical program and to increase the musical appreciation of the members and the general public, with emphasis on the annual presentation of G.F. Handel's "Messiah".

The Chorus relies upon support from the community to continue their tradition of opening the advent season with the presentation of Handel's "Messiah" accompanied by The Warren Philharmonic Orchestra with solo work by local music professionals.

You may ask, "What may I do to make this a success?"

First and foremost, we value your musical talents. We appreciate the level of skill and the broad scope of it that is readily available in our communities. We want your voice. Please consider joining us in this inspirational program. Rehearsals take place at 7:00pm on Monday evenings from the first Monday in October through December 1st at Blessed Sacrament Church. Click on the "Join Us" page to learn more about becoming a member of the Chorus.

Second, we would appreciate your financial assistance. Our presentation requires money to be successful. You can share in that success by supporting the Warren Civic Chorus financially. Your contribution, no matter the amount, will ensure that this message of hope and joy will continue. Your gift is tax deductable and any gift over $25 will automatically be acknowledged with a receipt.
 
Your contributions can be sent in the following ways:
 
Mail to:
 

Warren Civic Chorus
P.O. Box 2471
Warren, OH 44484-0471
On-line credit card or PayPal
 
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Free Will Offering
 

at either performance,
4:00pm or 7:00pm

Third, we appreciate your presence in our audience during the performances. The inspiration and joy that will fill you is beyond ordinary in every way. If you would like to sing with us bring your music and join in at the 4:00pm presentation. The 7:00pm presentation is more formal.