DRYDEN — May 11, 2024, at 7 p.m., musician and storyteller, Rev. Robert Jones comes to St. John’s Episcopal Church in Dryden for the 5th in their concert series. There is no admission charge, but a free will offering will support the church’s Outreach Teen Relief program, aiding high school students in Dryden and Almont.

From the International Storytelling Center, “Robert B. Jones, Sr. is an inspirational storyteller, singer, instrumentalist, and visual artist celebrating the history of American Roots music.

“His initial love was country blues guitar, but over the years, his repertoire has expanded to include many styles of traditional African American folk, including spirituals and gospel. In 2018, Robert received a prestigious Kresge Arts Fellowship for his work in music composition and performance.”

For more information, visit www.stjohnschurchdryden.org or call (810)796-2371. St. John’s Episcopal Church is located at 4074 Mill St, one block off Dryden Road. Parking is at the rear of the church on Union Street.