Building on a strong heritage of vibrant music and arts ministry, and understanding that the Gospel comes to people in many different forms, we actively work to expand the range and role of all the arts in worship. Singers, painters, instrumentalists, dancers, poets, sculptors, actors, and other artists find a warm welcome into the life of Nassau Church, and our worship is immeasurably enriched by their offerings each Sunday.
Concerts, art shows, and other special events flow out of this commitment to the place of artistic expression in worship. Artists and those who are touched by their work all find a home in our congregation. Read more below and please contact me to find out more about how to find your home here with us.
Director of Music
Glory to God: Hymns for Children and Families
(Singing Faith All Day Long)
Glory to God: Hymns and Songs for Children and Families (2016) is a recording created to help families share songs of the Christian faith. Based on our new hymnal, Glory to God, this project is a collaboration between Nassau’s Worship and Arts Committee and Presbyterian Publishing Corporation. CDs are available now in the Church Office. A portion of purchases made through the church support the Frances Clark Fund for Music at Nassau.
Visit the Music and Arts Season for current and upcoming shows and performances.
Recent stories and details about upcoming events are posted to Music and Arts News.
Programs and Groups
We have two choirs for adults.
- Adult Choir, our main worship service performance choir.
- Grace Note Singers, for our choir “retirees”
An array of choirs for children and youth, from pre-kindergarten through high school.
Service musicians, Nassau Ringers handbell choirs, PPQ Ensemble
We celebrate drama, dance, and the visual arts.
- Chancel Drama
- Christmas Pageant
- Liturgical dance
- Conference Room Art Show
- Special performances and shows
The artist-in-residence program brings artists from our community in dialogue with our congregation and life of worship.
Our amazing support staff makes the music happen.