A Day of Justice, Silverside Church, April 28, 2019. 10 a.m. Earth Justice Gathering. 4 p.m. Human Justice Concert

There is ample parking including parking for persons with handicaps. The building including meeting areas and restrooms are accessible for persons with handicaps.

Gathering and Concert details below map

April 28, 2019 Earth Justice Gathering, 10 a.m. All Earth-loving people of peace welcome to join members and friends of Silverside Church for this event. Earth-friendly refreshments served after the dedication.

Celebrating Mother Earth and Pledging Protection for Our Habitat. Special Guest: Bruce E. Palmer, Native American Musician and Shamanistic Practitioner

April 28, 2019 Music for Change, Concert, 4 p.m. All justice-loving people of goodwill will be warmly welcomed. No charge for admission. A freewill offering will be received to support the musicians. Reception to follow the concert.

This will be a Festival of New Music featuring original compositions to inspire action for social justice by Dave Allen, Mike Boone, Hannah Kendall, and Ian Sadock. Mr. Allen, Mr. Boone, and Mr. Sadock will be present for the concert and performing. Ms. Kendall is not expected to be present, so we would like to present some introductory information about her here.

Hannah Kendall, Composer

Born in London in 1984, Hannah graduated from the University of Exeter with First Class Honors in Music, having studied composition with Joe Duddell. She completed a Masters in Advanced Composition with Distinction from the Royal College of Music studying with Kenneth Hesketh; her research was funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council, the Royal College of Music Study Award, and the RVW Trust. Hannah is currently enrolled in the DMA (Doctor of Musical Arts) program at Columbia University in the City of New York as Dean’s Fellow.