March 25, 2018
Author Anne Lamott returns to Seattle to speak about life, faith and matters of the heart, 7:30 pm, Sunday, April 8, at Benaroya Hall. Plymouth collaborated with Northwest Associated Arts to purchase premium seats, Benaroya Hall's center first four rows. Tickets are $65/each ($10 per ticket benefits Plymouth missions and is tax deductible).
Purchase tickets here (click FUND and specify Anne Lamott) or with check in the church office. Rev. Kelle Brown will introduce Ms. Lamott on the Benaroya stage, and previous Plymouth Change Grant recipient Recovery Café will provide an information table at Ms. Lamott’s request. Please join us for an inspired, humorous and poignant evening with Anne Lamott. Please contact the church office with questions, 206.622.4865.
“Anne Lamott has married a razor-sharp wit to a disarming spiritual sincerity. A ferociously smart, droll, and original writer… transcendently lovely.” — Entertainment Weekly
“Lamott is a narrator who has relished and soaked up the details of her existence, equally of mirth and devastation, and spilled them onto her pages.” — New York TimesSubscribe
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