On November 18, St. Mary’s Episcopal Church (258 Concord St., Newton Lower Falls) will host two beautiful events:
4PM: The Labyrinth Choir, a professional, mixed vocal ensemble of 22 musicians, will perform an awesome program of contemporary, folk, classical, and gospel songs reflecting on gratitude, love, and joy– like You Will Be Found from the Tony-award winning Broadway show Dear Evan Hanson! Children’s programming will run concurrently with the concert (sign up here for kids’ programming beforehand).
5PM-7PM: An art show entitled Invisible Artists of Boston will offer opportunities to peruse and purchase artwork created by artists who have — or are currently — experiencing housing instability. All art show proceeds will directly benefit the artists and St. Mary’s Food Pantry in Dorchester.
The concert is free with a suggested donation of $30 to benefit Newton Food Pantry. If you cannot attend and want to support the event, you may make a donation. For more information, email Ann Bonner-Stewart at firstname.lastname@example.org.