The Old Meeting House Arts Ministries are founded upon the belief that the arts are an integral part of religious experience. Through art, literature, music, theater, and movement human beings grow, explore their spiritual needs, and express their deepest feelings. The arts also bring people together, creating and strengthening ties that enhance personal, social, and spiritual lives.
"I love to work with the color to make the paintings glow. I want to bring the feelings and sensations of being outdoors into the painting."
If you or someone you know are interested in exhibiting please let Wendy Soliday know. If you have ideas or suggestions or photos please get in touch with her. She can be reached by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thursday, July 27th at 7:30 p.m.
Nationally touring Anna & Elizabeth gather songs and stories from archives and visits with elders. They bring these songs to life in performance with sparse, atmospheric arrangements using guitar, banjo, fiddle, and the uncanny blend of their voices in close harmony. They accompany their songs with stories—of the lyrics, of the singer, of the quest to learn the song—and they illustrate them in mesmerizing fashion.
Tickets are $20 in advance, click here or $25 at the door. For questions call (802) 249-0404 or email email@example.com
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For a generation, the Old Meeting House has provided strong support to the creative energy and artistic expression of the community served by the church. This support has nurtured a strong and diverse music program, the periodic production of musical theater, a concert series, visual arts exhibits, variety shows, creative worship services, and the integration of the arts throughout the OMH Sunday school curriculum.
OMHAM is organized to provide the infrastructure, administrative support, and organizational context for this arts programming. It will promote the arts within our spiritual community and thereby strengthen the church and minister to those reached by its activitiesMUSIC: OMH was recently featured in a fun music video by renowned jazz singer Indra Rios-Moore. When sending the link Indra remarked: "It was a lovely day last fall and we had a yummy lunch at the church! You have a wonderful community feeling there! Hope you enjoy the finished music video. Sending warm regards, " Indra
Click here to see the video and the church in all its glory. Music is truly all around us at OMH.
Make sure to check out our Music page as well!