Concert Bookings and Events in November and December


Sunday, November 25/18 – 10:30 am

Concert/Morning Service – “Glory & Peace” Solo
Devon Park Baptist Church
145 Clark Street, Fredericton, NB
Details: Trevor Dick (violin) is guest musician and speaker in this solo concert in support of  Gideons Canada/ShareWord.

Sunday, November 25/18 – 6 pm

“Hanging the Green” Community Event
Faith Baptist Church
525 New Maryland Highway, New Maryland, NB
Details: Trevor Dick (violin) is guest musician and speaker in support of  Gideons Canada/ShareWord.

Tuesday, November 27/18 – 9:30 am

“Glory & Peace” Solo Concert
Kingswood University
Saunders Irving Chapel
26 Western Street, Sussex, NB
Details: Trevor Dick (el. violin) is guest solo artist.


Sunday, Dec. 2/18 – 10 am

Morning Service/Concert – “Glory & Peace” Trio
Cedar Valley Church
32860 Cherry Ave, Mission B.C.
Details: Trevor Dick (violin) is guest musician and speaker along with Tony Lind (guitar) and Mike Hiebert (kit) in support of  Gideons Canada/ShareWord.

Sunday, Dec. 2/18 – 7 pm

Concert – “Glory & Peace” – Full Band
Peace Portal Alliance Church
15128 27B Avenue, Surrey, BC
Details: Trevor Dick and full band present the “Glory and Peace” Concert:   –  GET TICKETS HERE.


Monday, Dec. 3/18 – 7 pm

Concert – “Glory & Peace” – Full Band
Compassion Canada Christmas Staff Party – Private
London, ON
Details: Trevor Dick and full band present the “Glory and Peace” at the Compassion Canada Staff Party:

Saturday, Dec. 15/18 – 6:30 pm

Joy in the City – A Christmas Celebration
The Guelph Little Theatre
176 Morris Street, Guelph, ON
Details: Trevor Dick (violin) is guest musician and speaker at this special celebration in support of  Gideons Canada/ShareWord.   GET TICKETS HERE.

Sunday, Dec. 16/18 – 7 pm

Concert – “Glory & Peace” – Duo
Strom’s Farm & Bakery
5089 Wellington Road 32, Guelph, ON
Details: A rare, intimate Guelph appearance of Trevor Dick (violin) with Tony Lind (guitar) presenting the “Glory and Peace” Concert in the beautiful Strom’s Farm & Bakery Barn.  GET TICKETS HERE.

Sunday, Dec. 24/18 – 5 & 7 pm

Christmas Eve Services
Lakeside Church
  (Trevor’s home church)
7654 Conservation Rd., Guelph ON
Details: Trevor joins the Lakeside Live Venue worship team for these special Christmas Eve services

Today’s free Christmas .mp3 is “O Come, O Come Emmanuel” from PEACE

PEACE  :: “O Come, O Come Emannuel”

Oh, come, oh, come, Emmanuel,
And ransom captive Israel,
That mourns in lonely exile here
Until the Son of God appear.
Rejoice! Rejoice! Emmanuel
Shall come to you, O Israel!

Oh, come, Desire of nations, bind
In one the hearts of all mankind;
Oh, bid our sad divisions cease,
And be yourself our King of Peace.
Rejoice! Rejoice! Emmanuel
Shall come to you, O Israel!

Have a great day …

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One Free mp3 from the Glory & Peace double CD set each day until Christmas!

In the spirit of Christmas, generosity and giving, and to celebrate the recent GMA Covenant Instrumental Album of the Year Award for Yahweh, we have decided to offer a free GLORY & PEACE .mp3 download each day from now until Christmas to all Flyingbow supporters. To really kick this off, we give you TWO .mp3’s today: Carol of the Bells from the GLORY CD and O Come Let Us Adore Him from the PEACE CD.

CLAIM these free downloads at the following links. Spread the word – tell your friends and family so they can enjoy this music as well.


May you have a wonderful 2010 Christmas season filled with God’s Glory and Peace. Thank you for your continued support!



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A Restless and restful time …

It is 12:39 a.m. in the morning … I am feeling a bit restless and can’t sleep, so what better way to wind down and calm this active mind than to get some of my thoughts out in writing.

It has been a while since I last blogged (too long) … the 2008 Glory & Peace Tour is over (it actually sort of fizzled out with the cancellation of our last concert of the season in St. Catharines due to a 3rd wave of snow storms that swept southern Ontario) … we have celebrated a very white, wonderful Christmas, I have had a great rest with my family: x-country skiing, building snow forts, going sledding, enjoying many nice meals, playing a new card game in the evenings called “President”, watching some movies, “pure relaxation” at it’s finest.

I must admit, however, that I find it a challenge to relax while on vacation … with no real routine, daily plans or goals … have been feeling rather antsy, uneasy, even a bit irritable at times … my mind, however, has been active, planning the next music project, dreaming about this and that – like putting the finishing touches on the new home studio … looking forward to 2009 with anticipation.


The final “Glory & Peace” Concert of the 2008 season in at SCBC in Toronto. To view more photos by Bruce Richardson visit my facebook page.

2008 has truly been a “banner year” for Flyingbow Music – this “music missionary” ministry God has called me to. The Board and I have truly seen God’s hand of blessing in profound ways. 2009, I think will be equally as exciting and rewarding. Life in ministry with God at the helm is always a “great adventure”. Life as a follower of Jesus is truly filled with awe, wonder and “God sightings” … that is if I stop and listen to His “still small voice” … open my eyes to His profound wonders … and let Him change my heart and continually stir me to action in complete submission to His will and authority in my life.

I was struck this morning in my quiet time by some key moments in the life of Saul that shed light on his character when he was in some trouble (under siege by the Philistines) and impatiently took things into his own hands:

” [Saul] waited seven days, the time set by Samuel … the soldiers were slipping away, right and left. So Saul took charge: Bring me the burnt offering and the Peace offerings! He went ahead and sacrificed the burnt offering “… (1 Sam. 13: 9-10)

When challenged by God (through the prophet Samuel), Saul says to Samuel:

“When I saw I was losing my army, and that you hadn’t come when you said you would, and that Philistines were poised at Micmash, I said, the Philistines are about to come down on me in Gilgal and I haven’t yet come before God asking for help” (1 Sam. 13: 11-12)

Later in the story, Jonathan (Saul’s valient son) slips out of the camp with his body guard and decides to fight the battle against the Philistines on his own. In the process, he makes this amazing statement:

“There is no rule that says God can only deliver by using a big army. No one can stop God from saving when He sets His mind to it” (1 Sam. 14:6)

What a contrast between Saul and Jonathan! The mighty warrior, Saul, depended on his own vast army (he had “conscripted every strong and brave man he laid eyes on” 1 Sam. 14:52), he trusted his own great plans and strategy. He found it hard to wait on God. At the most, he had a shallow “external” relationship with God (through the prophet Samuel who interceded for him) rather than a close personal friendship with God … in the thick of battle (when things looked bleak and soldiers were slipping away from under his command) he had  “not yet come before God” and asked “for His help”! He had not put his trust in God, but had moved forward in his own strength and the might of his army. Jonathan, however, had an unwavering, personal trust in God for a miracle.

This was my prayer this morning and the prayer for all of us as we are on the doorstep of 2009 …

“Lord, I rest in you. I commit my plans, dreams and goals to you. You are my strength. You are my army. You are all I need for life and living. I give you my life. I submit to your will and authority in my life today and this coming year. Lead on! Live in and through me. May your purposes prevail!”

I encourage you to pray it too. Until next time … TD