Trinity Buckingham Proudly Hosts Jazz Sanctuary’s JAZZ & JOE — Check Out Our Schedule Here

By on October 25, 2016 in Uncategorized


Trinity Buckingham is very proud to support Jazz Sanctuary — master musicians devoted to making good jazz available throughout the PA/NJ  region through their Jazz & Joe performances, and to ensuring that music education is available to young people who are not able to afford the cost.

Jazz and Joe performances are held in Trinity Buckingham’s Faith Hall, located at 2631 Durham Road, at the intersection of Routes 202 and 413 in Buckingham, PA.  There is ample parking located behind the Church, accessed off of Route 413.

Our 2016-2017 performance dates are held on Thursday evenings at 7:30 pm in Faith Hall, with the exception of our June 25th Barbeque and You, which is on a Sunday afternoon from 4 to 7 pm. 

2016 — September 8, October 13, November 10

2017 — January 12, February 9, March 9, April 27, May 25 and Sunday, June 25.

Playing Jazz and Joe concerts are mission-in-action for the members of Jazz Sanctuary, according to its founder, Alan Segal.

“Jazz — and the care of a devoted friend and an enormously supportive spiritual community — are what helped me recover from a life-threatening illness several years ago ,” says Segal. “At that time, I had a revelation — that we should bring fun, toe-tapping, hand-clapping, live jazz concerts for free to the public, and what better place than a spiritual house of worship?”

Trinity Buckingham Episcopal Church is an active spiritual community known in the Bucks County region for its support of and involvement in local, regional and worldwide mission, including Doylestown’s Family Shelter, Code Blue (Buck’s County’s coalition to shelter and support the homeless), Wednesday Community Lunch at Methodist Lambertville, Peacemeal (a monthly Sunday dinner for HIV patients and their families).

“It has been our pleasure over the years to host Jazz and Joe concerts at Trinity Buckingham over the years,” says the Rev. Dr. Nancy Burton Dilliplane, rector of Trinity Buckingham.  “To bring the community together to enjoy a good cup of coffee and hear such a stellar live jazz ensemble is great fun and a real joy.”



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