Annual Summer House Concert

Please join us for a great evening of music and food !

We are sorry to inform you that this event has been cancelled. This event will time out and be removed from the events page in 10 days. If you have any questions please contact Marcia Timmerman.

Please join us at the Deppe Gardens along the banks of the Grand River for this year’s Summer Concert

This year we are excited to be featuring HOLLY TUCKER along with JILL PHILLIPS and ANDY GULLAHORN.
We are also looking forward to a delicious BBQ dinner provided by Chef Gregory.

Friday, August 12, 2022
10745 N Cedar, Grand Haven
Cost:   $150 per person (Check in at Registration, no tickets are needed)
Sponsor opportunities available – click on SPONSOR FORM below for more information

4:30     - Social Hour
5:30     - BBQ Dinner
6:30      - Concert

All proceeds will support the Trillium Woods lower level build out, which will be the new home for Trillium Institute and the Faith Hospice Grief Support Center.

Questions: please contact Marcia Timmerman at 616-235-5118 or

Holly Tucker

Called the Angel of Texas Country Music.  Holly grew up singing in church and performing on various stages at opries, fairs, churches and festivals around Texas.Holly also rose to the TOP 6 on Season 4 of The Voice. Holly recently married Spencer
and they live in Waco, TX.

Jill Phillips

A Nashville-based singer-songwriter. Her guitar based folk-rock sound combines with rich, insightful lyrics that deal with age-old topics in new and fresh ways.

Andy Gullahorn

A songer/songwriter originally from Austin, TX.   He moved to Nashville where he attended Belmont University and met and married Jill.  Andy has spent a great deal of time on the road performing at conferences, house concerts, festivals, and churches.

Andy and Jill have three children.

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