On February 4th at 7:00pm (during the monthly Saturday Night Art Crawl), Rev. Sherry Cothran will be premiering her video “Tending Angels,” which highlights the plight of the homeless in Nashville and the nation while telling the story of Sherry’s encounters of working with homeless on a daily basis at her first appointment, West Nashville United Methodist Church.
Cothran is an award-winning singer/songwriter and United Methodist minister, former member of Downtown Presbyterian Church during her days as the lead singer for the popular rock band, The Evinrudes. She has continued to make music and is premiering this video, directed by film director, Tracy Facelli, from her upcoming release, funded by the Louisville Institute for Pastoral Study.
During this event, the video will be shown, a few of the homeless in the video will be interviewed and thanked, and Cothran will play some songs from her upcoming release, “Kiss the Ground,” and speak about the project.
There is no charge for the event, but attendees can bring a food or monetary donation for the homeless ministries at Sherry’s church, St. John’s United Methodist.