When you go to mass in a Catholic church, you hear hymns and organ music. But on Friday, November 18, St. Edward’s the Confessor in Clifton Park will fill rock music.
The band Big Infinite comes to the church to deliver an important message to the Capital Region. It’s one that the trio hope will really resonate with our youth. It is a message of hope and a reminder that mental illness is real.
The band tours all over the country and features lyrics important to mental health.
Stephanie Hughes is the driving force behind the big day. Like Big Infinite’s lead singer Jordan Lally, she knows a thing or two about depression and anxiety. Both took over her life at a very young age.
However, the 1995 Shenendehowa grad says no one talked about mental health when she was in school.
Now that she is an adult – although she is much stronger – she still fights.
She wants better for our young people and hopes the band’s message hits the right note.
Hear Hughes talk about her mental health journey by watching the video of Faith King’s story.
The concert is on Friday, November 18 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. It is at St. Edward the Confessor Church, 569 Clifton Park Center Road, Clifton Park.
Registration and refreshments start at 6:00 PM
You can register on the following websites:
All Saints Day on the Hudson
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