Handbell Concert Set for May 20 The Carillons, the advanced handbell choir sponsored by The Presbyterian Church at Pluckemin, will present a concert on Sunday evening, May 20, at 7 p.m. in the church sanctuary at 311 Rt 202-206 North, Pluckemin, NJ. The church is located in the Pluckemin section of Bedminster, in Somerset County. Bridgewater resident Marcia McBurney directs the 13-member group, which includes both teenagers and adults. The participants ring 5 octaves of handbells and 6 octaves of choir chimes. They recently performed at the Hudson Valley Handbell Festival in Nyack, NY, with bell choirs from across the region. For the May 20 concert, the choir will perform advanced handbell compositions of both sacred and secular music. (insert quote(s) from below. The musical event is free and no reservations are needed, a free-will offering will be collected. For more information or directions, please view the church website at http://www.ppch.org , contact the church office at 908-658-3346 (weekdays 9 am-4 pm), or phone 908-526-5282. Editor: If there is space, consider including and integrating these 2 brief quotes: Our Carillons Bell Choir brings such joy to our worship. They are an intergenerational group whose skills are the best of any bell choir I know. But whats more important is that they ring to the glory of God., says The Rev. A. Coile Estes, church pastor and head of staff. Ringing handbells is something that you tend to fall in love with! Ringers are generally the busiest of peopleTALENTED MUSICIANS who are interested and involved in many other activities, says Ms. McBurney, who has directed the Carillons for 20 years.