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Past Music Events/Up Coming

Elberon Memorial Church is a Summer Sanctuary open to all our Music Program features world-renowned  Musicians and Vocalist.   Our Season starts on Sunday, June 30th at 11 am and continues every Sunday up until  September 1st. 2024 and all are welcome to enjoy.

July 9th, Patriots' Sunday, we open with Music of American Composers and Arrangers.


Did you know that the Church was built in 1886 and was first named The Moses Taylor Memorial Church.   It was designed by famed Architect Stanford White. EMC displays stained glass windows created by a master artisan from Germany as well as a meditation window signed by Louis Comfort Tiffany.  

Book your wedding or christening 

The picturesque Elberon Memorial Church is the perfect venue to perform your wedding vows. Now reserving dates for Spring and Fall 2024 *April-November

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Composer/Producer Doug Clark has performed at the Elberon Memorial Church in the chorus for the past 8 seasons.He is also and active member of the Monmouth Civic Chorus

Music Ministry

During the Summers between 1946-1960  the talented New York Metropolitan Opera Soprano  Eleanor Steber would perform at the Elberon Memorial Church

Pianist Tim Broege, Organist

and Director of Music at Elberon Memorial Church since 2001. His recording have been featured on The Classical Network WWFM

Prelude & Fugue in D Minor - Anton Bruckner
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Violinist Diane Bruce is a member of the American Symphony Orchestra and will be accompanying  Tim Broege on September 3rd. at Elberon Memorial Church.

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Guitarist Keith Calmes is an active guitarist and guitar teacher in the area. He has taught at Wall High School for many years and also teaches privately. Recent activity includes putting out several books for Mel Bay Publications (as arranger) and Guitar Chamber Music Press (as composer). Many fine composers have written pieces for Keith, including Timothy Broege and Cuban composer Leo Brouwer. For more information about Keith, visit

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