Music and the arts are important parts of our life as a community. Our worship gatherings, performing artist concerts, art shows, classes and retreats all use the creative energy of music and art as a spiritual practice. In fact, innovation and creativity are highly valued here. We want to create a community that naturally attracts people who can express their own creativity or enjoy the creativity of others. Our community canvas is filled with a diverse, energetic population of interesting and interested people.
Our musical heritage is one of the world’s richest and most deeply spiritual. It’s an extremely diverse and multilayered art that brings together many traditions from England to South Africa, from the Americas to Asia. If it connects us to God, then we’ll use it.
A choral ensemble of professional standards that does much more than just sing. They are true musicians who bring out the spirit in all of us. Rehearsals are Sundays at 12 noon with a brief warm-up rehearsal each week at 9am before the liturgy.
The Gallery at St. Asaph’s features local artists throughout the year in exhibits that change monthly. Our gallery space provides an attractive venue for artists and a welcoming meeting place for the community. Art openings are welcoming and energized events connecting us further with the creativity we embrace.
A group exhibition by the artists from The Montgomery County Guild of Professional Artists
April 1 through May 6, 2018
Opening Reception: Friday, April 6, 6:00 to 7:30pm
St. Asaph’s beautiful Gothic sanctuary provides an inspiring venue for worship and for concert events. Our flexible seating allows for intimate settings for smaller ensembles and acoustics that draw the listener in to even greater connection with the performance.
Upcoming Concerts at St. Asaph’s:
The Elysian Camerata
Sundays at 3:00pm
Sunday, May 6, 2018, 3:00pm
Bartók: Rhapsody no. 1 for violin and piano
Haydn: String Quartet Op. 76 no. 2 in D minor “Quinten”
Dvořák: Piano Quintet in A major, Op. 81