Riff of Love Attendees
Author of A Riff of Love: Notes on Community and Belonging, co-founder of QC Family Tree, and jazz saxophonist Greg Jarrell will share his story of building relationships with neighbors across difference. Establishing Enderly Park in West Charlotte as his home following graduation from seminary, Jarrell recollects “We thought that living deeply into the journey of faith, for us, required us to immerse our whole lives into a place where we would be in close proximity to people that Howard Thurman called ‘the disinherited.'”
Accompanied by an exceptional quintet, Jarrell will tell his story using jazz as a metaphor for relationships he’s built with his neighbors. Join us to experience music, prose, and art to explore new ways to become beloved community.
The music and storytelling performance will be followed by a reception and book signing.
There is no charge for this event. Holy Comforter is accessible by wheelchair, with access to the sanctuary and Henry Hall reception. Parking is available in Holy Comforter's parking lot and along Salem Drive. Holy Comforter is on Bus 19, with an outbound stop directly across Park Road from the church and an inbound stop on church property.
7:00pm - 8:30pm EDT
Holy Comforter Episcopal Church
2701 Park Rd, Charlotte, NC 28209