Join St. John’s Episcopal Church on Sunday, February 24th at 3:00pm for a Jazz Trio featuring Steve Schneck on the flugelhorn, Scott Mason on the bass, and Neal Alger on guitar.
This one hour concert is free and open to the public.
The St. John's concert series is made possible by a memorial gift of long-time parishioner Juanita Raman and her family. This gift honors the mission of St. John's Church and the life of Maya Raman by offering a rich variety of musical experiences. Maya died on February 14, 2017, and music of many genres was a mainstay of her life.
For more about Steve Schneck Music go to www.steveschneckmusic.com.
About St. John’s Episcopal Church
An inclusive congregation committed to Christian worship and service to the community, St. John’s is a vibrant and diverse group of people of all ages, races, abilities, and identities, engaged in anti-racism and other transformative work. We offer three Sunday services, religious instruction for children, and adult and youth choirs. In addition to our free concert series, St. John’s offers an annual Darwin Day celebration of science and religion, sponsors a refugee family, is involved in a partnership with Hands to Help Ministries, which serves the local homeless population, and is the drop-off site for Genesis Growers, a Community Supported Agriculture organic farm at www.genesis-growers.com. Established in 1883 in Old Irving Park, the church is located on Chicago’s northwest side, on the corner of Byron and Kostner. For more information visit our website at www.stjohnschicago.com.