Work on the Sabbath featuring SPQHER

This week, Yaw is joined by hip hop + soul female duo SPQHER. Join us for our weekly Sunday Service featuring the work of former Rebuild Foundation artist-in-residence, Yaw Agyeman, and his musical accompaniment. Work on the Sabbath seeks to create an experience of healing and community through the practice of listening and space sharing.

Work on the Sabbath featuring The DOT

Work on the Sabbath seeks to create an experience of healing and community through the practice of listening and space sharing. This week, Jamal Jeffries “Mister JayToo” will be joined by organ trio The DOT, with organist Justin Dillard, guitarist Vincent Roofe, and drummer Samuel Jewell.

Work on the Sabbath featuring Neak

Work on the Sabbath seeks to create an experience of healing and community through the practice of listening and space sharing. This week, Sabbath is led by Chicago-based hip-hop artist Neak, featuring drummer Tayesticks and guitarist George Wundsam. Let There Be Light: Representing Neak’s hopeful views on God and life, while navigating and understanding the… Learn More

Work on the Sabbath featuring Meagan McNeal

Work on the Sabbath seeks to create an experience of healing and community through the practice of listening and space sharing. This week, Sabbath is led by neo-soul and R&B singer Meagan McNeal. A combination of grace, power, and control, Meagan McNeal’s vocal heights paint soaring overtures, while bending sound and satisfying the soul.

Work on the Sabbath featuring Junior Hologram

Singer and saxophonist duo Junior Hologram will present a multimedia performance of video and audio to transport the audience. “As we move about the planetary surface in our daily activities, we are generally unaware of the vast information exchange occurring within our human body structure and of how our individual minds continually communicate with the planetary,… Learn More

Work on the Sabbath featuring Ugochi Nwaogwugwu

Ugochi Nwaogwugwu was born in the United States to two Igbo (Eastern Nigerian) parents. Ugochi Nwaogwugwu is an international creative and has written a one woman show about her families immigrant experience called, Season’s Of Separation, due for independent release in 2018. Ugochi will be reading excerpts from this show for her first set. Her… Learn More

Work on the Sabbath featuring The Black Monks of Mississippi and Lawrence Agyei

The Black Monks of Mississippi is an experimental music collaboration founded in 2008 by Theaster Gates. The Black Monks are an order of musicians and singers who temporarily submit themselves to ideals of musical restraint and semi-strict adherence to the blues form. Lawrence Agyei is a Chicago-based photographer who’s work mainly deals with portraiture.  His work… Learn More

Work on the Sabbath featuring Gira Dahnee

Work on the Sabbath will feature musical artist Gira Dahnee. Dahnee believes that music is a passageway to the metaphysical realm. Her EP Future Geechee (2015) merges the genres of jazz, rock, and electro-experimental. Her sultry alto voice take listeners across lifetimes, reaching the purity of soul. She has opened for Marc De Clive-Lowe, David Boykin,… Learn More