The Art of Faithfulness

The Art of Faithfulness is an intentional ministry to bring together the wide range of creative arts and faith. We believe that creative arts are a powerful pathway to:

  • deepening our Christian faith,
  • discovering aspects of God’s purpose for our lives,
  • and serving the mission of Nassau Church.

We believe that the creative impulse is something we all share, given to us by God. Through The Art of Faithfulness, we will strive to provide creative opportunities for everyone of all ages and abilities (or creative spirit) to experience the powerful connection between creativity and faith.

Art of Faithfulness: Movement with Annalise Hume

Mondays, November 14 – December 12, 7:30-8:45 pm, Assembly Room or Zoom

Have you ever considered what gratitude feels like? What does it feel like to wait for something you really want, something that could change everything? By tuning in to our own bodily experiences and movements we can freshly experience the Thanksgiving and Advent season this year. Each week we will experience a passage of scripture or theological theme through a combination of prayer, movement, play, and journaling. No prior movement experience is necessary. These classes are for middle school through adults of all abilities and disabilities.

Sign Up online (link)

Contact Lauren Yeh in the church office (email)

Art of Faithfulness: Musica Divina

Mondays, October 17-November 7, 7:15-8:45 pm, Niles Chapel or Zoom

The Art of Faithfulness continues this year and begins with exploring the connection between music and faith. We will use the practice of Musica Divina, supported by our art of listening, reflection, journaling and discussion to explore music and it’s power to lift our faith to new heights. Musica Divina is a practice that we will cultivate and every week we will use music selected for the group and by the group, anticipating meaningful experiences and conversations as a result. Bring an open heart and mind, your faith and a desire to grow in faith and your love of music, which we all share.

Contact Kim Kleasen, group leader (Email)

A Choral Evening Service

Saturday, October 22, 5:00 pm

The Adult Choir and soloists, accompanied by harp, violin, and organ, will present Gabriel Fauré’s luminous choral masterpiece, Requiem, in an evening service of worship where we will place all lives in God’s hands and in the hope of everlasting light. Join us in person or livestream at this very special choral evening service.