Arts Theology

Parlee Chambers' piece
A piece by Parlee Chambers, a painter and photographer who is also a member of the All Saints’ Choir.

Arts Theology is made up of All Saints’ parishioners who are interested in, simply, theology as it relates to the arts. Arts Theology is responsible for bringing “art” in its many and varied forms in front of All Saints’ parishioners to inspire thoughtfulness, creativity, discussion joy. If you are thinking that “arts” in this case only means paintings and sculpture and photography you are missing half the fun!

Our theatre programs are big hits, offering a wonderful way to experience performance art, followed by an opportunity to discuss meanings with fellow parishioners and esteemed speakers. Most recently, participants attended a performance of Doubt, the Pulitzer Prize-winning play which won four Tony awards including “Best Play” and took part in a “talk-back” in Ellis Hall with the Rev. Harry Pritchett, rector emeritus of All Saints’.

During the Lenten season, look around the church for the Stations of the Cross pieces by All Saints’ parishioners. The Arts Theology committee is open to all age groups, representative of the artists we feature!

Interested in Arts Theology? Join us on one of our outings to private homes for art tours, or to a local museum for a lecture or join us as a committee member! We are open to anyone with a love of the arts, and with ideas on how to bring “the arts” to All Saints’.

If you would like to know more about our ministry, please email Matt Collins.

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