The Music & Arts Ministry exists to help the church and our city more fully and deeply know, worship, and serve God. Through nurturing fellowship, spiritual growth, service, and creative collaboration, our ministry also seeks to develop our community's artistic gifts and encourage loving engagement with the culture so that we may more truly reflect God's beauty and show His love in Christ to the world. From our weekly services to the concert series, art gallery, and the various creative and cultural events throughout the year, we offer a wealth of opportunities to enjoy, grow in, and share God's beauty, creativity, and goodness.
Current Show: Neighbors
Featuring Portraits by Kady Dunlap and personal stories from our friends and neighbors
Knowing | Loving | Serving
In Luke 10, Jesus tells a lawyer to love his neighbor as himself. But the lawyer, "desiring to justify himself," asks Jesus, "And who is my neighbor?" Jesus responds with art, by telling a story of how a Samaritan proved to be a neighbor...
This show's mission is simply to follow Jesus' example, to share our neighbors' personal stories and selected portraits by Kady Dunlap as a way to know them more deeply and learn how to better love and serve them as ourselves. These neighbors are both members of All Saints and people from our local community, including our Latino neighbors, who God has created in His image, loved in Christ, brought into our community, and called us to love. We hope that by reading these stories and seeing these portraits, God will help us all to know our neighbors, to be known more deeply in community, and to love and serve each-other and all of our neighbors as Christ, the true Samaritan, did.
Whether you're a creative professional, serious hobbyist, or are just beginning to explore your creative interests, join us for our monthly Music & Arts gatherings and enjoy food, fellowship, encouragement, and opportunities to discuss, learn, and serve with fellow creatives.
Lunch (and childcare - please just bring your child's lunch) is provided with an RSVP to David Lutes.
During the Fall 2018 Semester, we will meet on the first Wednesday of each month (11/7, 12/5). We look forward to seeing you!
This fall, we welcome Houston-based, singer-songwriter, Joe Deegan, for a reception and concert in the Gallery on Friday, November 9th at 6:30pm. Join us for an evening of inspiring acoustic music and fellowship. We ask for a registration to reserve your seats and a suggested minimum donation of $10 per person by credit card when you register or by cash or check at the door. All proceeds will go to Joe! CDs will also be available for purchase at the concert. We look forward to seeing you!
To register for this event, click here.
To read more about Joe, click here.
As All Saints seeks to “live as the body of Christ in Austin for the world” we are continually asking how we are called to engage with the culture of which we find ourselves a part. The Cross & Culture series is a launching pad for thoughtful discourse on the dynamic and complex parts of our culture in which we participate daily, including everything from music and literature to movies and politics.
The topics and speakers selected each year help us to not only recognize Christ’s transforming presence at work in these aspects of our culture but, instead of simply navigating past them, to also participate in them more thoughtfully and faithfully.
All Saints' choir is welcoming new members this fall and will be singing regularly! Rehearsal is on Wednesday nights, 7:30-8:30 PM, in the Sanctuary. Come early for coffee and fellowship. Ages 12 and up are welcome. Some previous choir/singing experience suggested. Visit the choir page or contact Jamie Taylor for more information.
"I tell you," he replied, "if they keep quiet, the stones will cry out." - Luke 19:40
Listen to the All Saints musicians as they perform 14 favorite hymns, including "Be Thou My Vision", "When I Survey the Wondrous Cross", and "In Christ Alone."