St. Timothy's Episcopal Church Hosts Jazz Vespers On Jan. 28

Monday, January 22, 2018
Jo Whitaker, Kathy Tugman, Gordy Nichol, and David Walters
Jo Whitaker, Kathy Tugman, Gordy Nichol, and David Walters

For the 11th time, a Jazz Vespers service will be held on Sunday, Jan. 28, at St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church.

 

The service features vocals by Kathy Tugman with the David Walters Trio playing secular tunes that take on a different meaning in the context of a winter’s vespers service. Sue Ann Reinisch will join in, playing flute on “Sentimentale” from Claude Bolling’s Suite for Flute and Jazz Piano, and accompanying Kathy as she sings her original vesper tune for the lighting of the vesper candle.

 

The service begins at 5 p.m.

and will last one hour. There will be no homily or communion. There is no admission charge, but a love offering will be accepted and, as in the past, applied exclusively to support jazz vesper services.

 

This unique program is an hour of wonderful music, played in a contemplative service. 

 

St. Timothy’s is at 630 Mississippi Ave., on Signal Mountain. Coming up the mountain, turn left just before the stop light and then take the first left, which is Mississippi Avenue.

 


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