The Crossroads Café will feature local vocalist BethAnne Clayton and the Westminster Presbyterian Church Good News Band, Matt Cook, Jordan Gilbert, Sean Hennessy, leader of Blackwater, the well-known Irish Band and other area musicians for a unique evening of uplifting entertainment. The Café will be serving faith-focused pop, rock, and praise and worship music from 7:30 to 9:00 PM. Doors open at 7:00 and music starts at 7:30.
Few if any venues in the area offer Contemporary Christian music entertainment, which has become widely popular over the past decade. WPC is hoping to make the Crossroads Café a place for musicians from Central New Jersey to showcase and fine-tune their faith-focused music talents.
According to Sayar, “A lot of people are looking for a break from the busy pace and pressure of life. Music can help them take their mind off the material world and lets them enjoy a peaceful, even spiritual experience. We hope offering them a chance to experience and appreciate this kind of music will be a hit with both church members and folks from the surrounding community.”
The event is free so reservations or tickets aren’t necessary, but a free will offering will be accepted. Holy Grounds coffee and light refreshments will also be available. There’s ample parking in the rear WPC lot next to Harlan Hall.