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As Pastor Chris notes in her Prospectus reflection, this year’s Lenten season is unlike any other as we move toward and through the one-year anniversary of the pandemic ‘lock-down.’ The impact of this collective experience will be felt for years, if not decades to come; yet, we continue to hold fast to each other through our collective gatherings, worship services, meditations…and music. Throughout the ages, music has been at the very heart of helping people survive and persevere throughout countless…
In March, we feature the music of Tjärnblom, and benefit Glendale Food Shelf. Tjärnblom, Swedish for “woodland lake flower”, features a beautiful blend of Nyckelharpa, Octave Mandolin, Harmonium and Cello. Located in the Prospect Park neighborhood of Minneapolis, the Glendale Food Shelf provides food support to families living in Glendale Town Homes. To learn more and make a donation to Glendale Food Shelf, visit our Community Concert Series page.
In February, we feature the music of Calliope Women’s Chorus in support of Southeast Seniors. Calliope Women’s Chorus, founded in 1976, is the second oldest feminist chorus in the United States.Southeast Seniors is a neighborhood non-profit program coordinating services to help people 65 and older live well at home. Visit the our Community Concert Series page to listen to Calliope perform Moon Goddess by Jocelyn Hagen, and make a donation to SE Seniors! Thank you for your generosity.
In November, we feature the music of Jumpin’ Jehosafats, and benefit Simpson Housing Services. Visit our Concert Series page to listen to Jumpin’ Jehosafats perform Wesley Rules Blues, and learn more about the work that Simpson is doing to help those experiencing homelessness.