I have another gig this week! I play a set this Friday, March 20 at St. Paul’s Anglican Church in Vancouver’s West End. It’s a charity event to support St. Paul’s Advocacy Office. Here’s a description of what they do, from their website:

“St. Paul’s Anglican Church Advocacy Office provides help and support to anyone in difficulty. Welfare, housing, food access, legal issues, accommodation problems, or access to government services are all addressed by caring volunteers who meet one-on-one with clients to work together to solve the problems. This is a free service that St. Paul’s offers as part of its ministry to the community at large.”

St. Paul’s has asked me to play a set, and I am happy to support their work in helping people wend their way through some of the bureaucratic mazes out there. And it’s kind of appropriate they have a Labyrinth in the church!

It’s a terrific old wooden church, a long-time, trusted cornerstone of the West End community, and a great musical venue. I’m excited to be playing, and I hope to see you there!


Friday, March 20, 7:00

St. Paul’s Anglican Church, 1130 Jervis Street (between Davie and Pendrell), Vancouver. Phone: 604.685.6832. Here’s more info about St. Paul’s Advocacy.
Map click here.