The Peoples Church of Chicago

941 W. Lawrence Avenue in Uptown... just West of Lake Shore Drive;  East of red line el at Lawrence stop

P.O. Box 408319, Chicago, IL  60640-8319     773-784-6633    fax:  773-784-6760    email:  admin@PeoplesChurchChicago.org

 

                    "A Spiritual Home for People of Conscience"

 

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Second Friday!

 

 

 

 

 

 

~ PC Coffeehouse ~

An Evening Of Live Jazz, World Music, Folk Music

Second Friday,  

April 11, 2014

Coffeehouse - Live Music at 7:30pm

 

Jano Brindisi

 

 

 

Come hear the live music of Jano, the Flying Brindisi!  Whimsi, philosophi, beauti...

 

Jano:  "Heart felt tales from the new front ear."

 

"Songs of redemption through hard times" - Sue Fink.

 

 

 

 

in Molly’s Café (floor 3 1/2 - not wheelchair accessible)

Coming up in the Coffeehouse, we're excited to present these fine performers:

 

SongSisters - Sue Fink, Patti Shaffner, Amy Dixon-Kolar, May

Mac Bellner

and more to come! Stay tuned!

If you are a musician just starting out and would like a venue, or know of musicians who are looking for a place to stretch their wings, call Rev. Jean at 773-784-6633.

Help create the Coffeehouse in Molly’s Café

941 W. Lawrence – 3rd floor

  Preston Bradley Center

artists & events the Coffeehouse has hosted:

 

Cheshire Moon

February Sky

Brian QTN (Cutean)

Kristin Cotts

Jacqueline Sylvie and Victor Sanders

Guyz with Bad Eyes

Amy Dixon-Kolar

Marilyn Middleton Mellor

Heather Styka

Linda Boyle

Margaret J Nelson

Andina & Rich, Sandy Andina and Stephen Lee Rich

Katie Dahl

Kristin Lems

Lee Murdoch

Mark Dvorak 

Steve Justman

Michael Smith

Shanta Storyteller

Awesome Folk Band

The Hollands!

Jean T. Arrigo

Sue Fink

Andrew Calhoun, of Waterbug.com

a "Not My Poetry" Slam, with a great variety of favorites

Kristin Lems and Joe Jencks

"Cole and Campbell," with Steven Cole, ukulele and vocals and Campbell McNeal, piano

“The Unit Of Two” Jazz Duo - Sam Mohammed