St. Patrick’s continues Sunday Night Unplugged series

Please join St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church this Sunday, Feb. 15, in welcoming pianist Rada Neal and her daughter, vocalist Sasha Clines, in an evening prayer service with some outstanding original music as well as some traditional worship music.

The festivities begin prior to the 5 p.m. prayer service with some of Rada’s original music.

Sasha, who resides in San Diego, will join her mom in this Sunday Night Unplugged event, singing songs like “Ave Maria” and “On Eagles’ Wings.” Rada has been playing at St. Patrick’s for three years and has performed at the church for various other functions with standing room only.

The idea behind the Sunday Night Unplugged series is that sharing in other types of worship formats and music is an important part of the service. Last month, Mark and Erica DeVoti did their version of a country western service. Father Doug, who introduced this to St. Patrick’s this year, is delighted to open the doors to the community to join in these once a month events.

To learn more about Rada Neal, visit her Web site at www.pianopassions.com. An invitation to join both Rada and Sasha at the Pagosa Brewery on North Pagosa Boulevard after the service is extended to all who just can’t get enough of their beautiful music.

For more information, call St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church at 731-5801 or visit the Web site at www.stpatrickspagosa.org.


Photo courtesy Joanne Irons
Pianist Rada Neal, seated, and her daughter, vocalist Sasha Clines, will provide original music as well as some traditional worship music at an evening prayer service at St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church this Sunday, Feb. 15. The festivities begin prior to the 5 p.m. prayer service with some of Rada’s original music.