Episcopal Church Office of Communication offers live concert webcast from St. John's, Lafayette Square, Washington DC
The Episcopal Church Office of Communication continues offering a live webcast of musical selections from the First Wednesdays At St. Johnâs Concerts series originating from St. Johnâs Church, Lafayette Square, in Washington, DC (Diocese of Washington). The next live concert is on Wednesday, May 4 and begins at 12:10 pm Eastern (11:10 am Central, 10:10 am Mountain, 9:10 am Pacific, 8:10 am Alaska, 7:10 am Hawaii).
The 35-minute concert is âStained Glass Windows,â featuring selections from Petr Ebenâs Windows after Marc Chagall, and other works. Featured musician is Mary Bowden, trumpet.
The live webcast will be available here: http://episcopalchurch.org/live/dc/ , on the home page of the Episcopal Churchâs website, www.episcopalchurch.org, and on the Episcopal Church Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/episcopalian. The concert will also be available on-demand following the live performance.
This program is another in an ongoing series of live musical webcasts, multimedia offerings and video reports produced by the Office of Communication.
About St. John's
Located across from the White House, St. John's, Lafayette Square is known as "The Church of the Presidents" and is registered as a national historic landmark. Since its first service in October 1816, every United States president has attended a service at St. Johnâs. The Rev. Dr. Luis LeÃ³n is rector. http://www.stjohns-dc.org/
The Episcopal Church welcomes all who worship Jesus Christ in 109 dioceses and three regional areas in 16 nations. The Episcopal Church is a member province of the worldwide Anglican Communion.
St. John's Church, Lafayette Square: http://www.stjohns-dc.org/
Mary Bowden: http://www.marybowden.com/
Episcopal Diocese of Washington: http://www.edow.org/
The Episcopal Church: www.episcopalchurch.org