The West Zion Mennonite Church Concert Series continues with a concert at 7 p.m. on Sunday, June 10. at 101 S. Washington Avenue in Moundridge.

No admission will be charged, but a free-will offering will be received to help defray costs associated with the series.

Scheduled performers will include Joey Menninga, viola; RoJean Loucks, Celtic harp; the Flannelbacks, a bluegrass ensemble; Christopher Shaw, organ; and Donna Stucky, piano.

Joey Menninga, a native of Wichita, has served as orchestra director in Newton schools since 2004. He has played viola in Newton Mid-Kansas Symphony, the Bethany College/Lindsborg Community Orchestra, the Hutchinson Symphony, the Salina Symphony, and the Hays Symphony.

RoJean Loucks, of Lindsborg, has been able to travel to Norway, Canada, Ireland and Japan with her harp. Many of the selections she plays are her own arrangements and she has published a number of them. RoJean is in demand to play at weddings, memorial services and often gives programs, sharing her faith journey and stories of her instrument.

The Flannelbacks are a bluegrass and folk band that was formed in the dorm rooms of Bethel College in 2014. With a mix of guitars, banjos, mandolin, upright bass, harmonica to accompany vocal harmonies, the Flannelbacks appeal to persons of all ages.

Christopher Shaw is a graduate of Bethel College and Wichita State University. Shaw has taught choral music in Madison, Moundridge, and Hutchinson public schools. He is currently the Choral Director at Goddard High School. He is a member of ACDA, NAFME and AGO, where he serves as Past-Dean on the Executive Board of the Wichita Chapter of the American Guild of Organists.

Donna Stucky is a retired public school music teacher who is a church musician in the Moundridge and Newton area. She is a life-long member of West Zion Mennonite Church, where she also leads the Chancel Choir. She is a graduate of Wichita State University.