Throughout the Easter Season, St. James United Church of Christ in Lovettsville will present a series of interfaith, multicultural musical programs celebrating the spirit of ‘resurrection’ and ‘life.’ The first program will be Sunday, April 15 at 11:00 a.m., featuring Andy Johnston, Director of Loudoun Cares, singing some songs out of the cultural music of Appalachia and the southern mountains that will include some of his own original music.
The remaining series schedule is as follows (all Sunday programs begin at 11:00 a.m.):
Sunday, April 22 features the music of the Guru Angad Institute of Sikh Studies in Sterling with a special observance of Earth Day celebrating “a spirituality of COVENANTING WITH ALL THE FAMILIES OF THE EARTH.”
Sunday, April 29: Some lively Jewish music featuring Laurie Mangold and Glenn Stern from the Sha’are Shalom in Leesburg.
Sunday, May 6 will feature the musical talents of St. James members of all ages.
Sunday, May 13 presents the jazz music of pianist/vocalist Adrienne Chapman, joined by friends George Crowley on vocals and guitar and Tara Linhardt on mandolin.
Saturday May 19, at 6:00 p.m.: Traditional Gospel music offered by “The Golden Tones” of Purcellville.
Sunday, May 20 features some Islamic musicians from the ADAMS Center in Sterling.
The public is cordially invited. St. James is located at 10 East Broad Way in Lovettsville, www.stjamesucc-love.org.