Enriching the church and fostering spiritual formation through art.
Our events support local artists and provide opportunities for people to engage with many forms and eras of art. Here believers explore the ways beauty informs faith and worship, and the ways our faith may shape our own creative activities.
Music Inspired by the Works of Christine de Pizan Join the Eliot Society and Medieval trio Trobár for an evening of medieval music and poetry focusing on the writings of Christine de Pizan. About Trobár Trobár is a small band of voices and instruments dedicated to bringing medieval music to modern audiences. The word trobar comes from Occitan, the language spoken in the Middle Ages in what is now southern France, and encompasses numerous meanings: to find, to meet, to create, to…Find out more »
As image-bearers of God, we long for order and meaning. The rhythms of life move us through weeks, months, and seasons even as we seek to structure our hours, activities, and surroundings. Through creation, music, and liturgy, we are called to participate in the Godly rhythms that bring spiritual, emotional, and physical health and, ultimately, rest for our souls. About Greg Wilbur Gregory Wilbur is Chief Musician at Cornerstone Presbyterian Church (PCA) in Franklin, Tennessee, and the Dean and Senior Fellow of New College Franklin—a Christian…Find out more »
Celebrate the advent season with music by composers from South, Central, and North America. Featuring musical trio Tre Terra. About Tre Terra The members of Tre Terra come from three different lands, backgrounds and experiences, having a common bond through the love of music and a passion for education. Active solo performers and educators in our their own fields, they have collaborated together in the D.C. area for several years, having recently established a trio embracing their international background. Soprano Theresa Sweet is a…Find out more »