Enjoy this beautifully dynamic piece, “For the Breath,” featuring lyrics by Chanda Rule and music by Ike Sturm.
“The Creativity Lab” | 7:30–8:30 EST Every Wednesday
Have you been looking to bring more creativity in your life? Join us every Wednesday from 7:30-8:30pm. For more info and zoom link email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
“shine” by Ike Sturm | Hear + Now | connect.faith
We hope you enjoy this glimmering piece, “Shine” by Ike Sturm from our contemplative concert for connection and healing, “Hear + Now”.
“Heart” by Ike Sturm from Hear + Now
We hope you enjoy this piece, “Heart” by Ike Sturm from our contemplative concert for connection and healing, “Hear + Now”.
Hear + Now | Dec 4, 2021 @ 7:30PM | Concert
Hear and Now is a contemplative concert for connection and healing, an evening of good music and friends with the Ike Sturm ensemble.
Summer from the Shed | Misty Ann Sturm | Concert
Join us this week, on Friday, August 27 at 8PM for one last concert with Misty Ann Sturm and her friends; Michael Webster on saxophone, Andrew Hartman on guitar, and of course Ike Sturm on bass.
“Psalm 90” | Ike Sturm and Friends | connect.faith
This setting for Psalm 90 is composed by Ike Sturm. He’s joined by Misty Ann Sturm, Loren Stillman, Chris Dingman, and Jesse Lewis
“Song of Simeon” | Ike Sturm | connect.faith
This song, based on the canticle in Luke 2, with it’s haunting melody and powerful lyrics, have been inspiring us all week! We hope you enjoy it.
Signs of Hope at Christmas | connect.faith
This holiday season, we offer you signs, stories, and songs of hope, which aim to meet you where you are and point to a warm future.
“A Way Forward” | Misty Ann Sturm | connect.faith
3 songs from Misty Sturm, Sara Caswell, and Alex Brown. Pastor Debbie and Misty discuss how these songs speak to our theme, “A Way Forward.”
Ike and Misty | “A New Day” | connect faith
In this video, Ike and Misty Ann Sturm share four powerful and inspiring jazz pieces around the theme, “A New Day”.
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