Sunday Night Unplugged will be held this Sunday, Nov. 14, 5 p.m. at St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church and will feature the musical talents of saxophonist, Bob Nordman.
This service of music and meditation is offered to the public as a time to enjoy music provided by local musicians, reflect, pray, and sit quietly with God.
Though many may think of the saxophone as primarily a jazz instrument, Bob Nordman proves that incredibly beautiful and sonorous tones can be derived from this musically flexible instrument. Music by Mahler, Ravel and others will bring a wonderful meditative spirit to this month’s Sunday Night Unplugged service. He will be accompanied at the piano by Sally Neel, director of music at St. Patrick’s.
“This service is unique in our community, in that it allows people from all faiths and Christian denominations to come together to enjoy beautiful music as well as a time of peace,” says Fr. Doug Neel, rector of St. Patrick’s. The service includes meditative readings, the opportunity to sit in silent meditation, a time to listen to music, and a time to light candles in prayer. This service is opened to the public and all are welcomed to attend.
St. Patrick’s is located at 225 S. Pagosa Blvd., next to the hospital.