Jars of Clay has made music at the intersection of art, religion and advocacy for 20 years.
This evening will feature music from their exhaustive catalogue as well as an in-depth conversation about the relationship between art and religion, between religion and justice, between art and poverty and more...
Having spent the majority of the past two decades on labels within the Christian marketplace, their venture into musical independence has come with a unique and vital perspective on the cultural use of the word "Christian." We will spent part of the interview portion of the night on this topic.
Friday, Sept. 12
Calvary Temple Church
4725 Evora Rd., Concord, CA 94529
6:30pm doors, 7:30pm start
$20 advance; $25 with a live recording of the evening( available only to those who add a $5 donation to Blood:Water Mission).
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