Concerts

Music in the Chapel

Our chapel has been blessed with the sounds of the Palouse Choral Society, The In-Between Jazz trio, Wilson-McVey-Hilliard Trio, and more.

Concert attendees experience music from around the world in the acclaimed acoustics of our light-filled chapel.

Don’t let yourself forget that God’s grace rewards not only those who never slip, but also those who bend and fall. So sing! The song of rejoicing softens hard hearts. It makes tears of godly sorrow flow from them. Singing summons the Holy Spirit. Happy praises offered in simplicity and love lead the faithful to complete harmony, without discord. Don’t stop singing.

St. Hildegard of Bingen

Upcoming Concerts at St. Gertrude’s

Concerts have paused during the pandemic but will resume as soon as it is safe.

    Mission Statement of Spirituality and the Arts at St. Gertrude

    St. Benedict encouraged artistic expression in monastic life. The Benedictine Community of the Monastery of St. Gertrude fosters awareness of the sacred moment, tending the inner life and the beauty of creation.  An inclusive community, we welcome the manifestations of beauty in our world and nurture its artistic possibilities.

    Art is essential to the contemplative path. It expresses new ways to “see” the invisible and participate with the Divine and the human. The visible and invisible inform each other. The monastic and the artist live parallel lives of devotion. Through communal sharing and hospitality, they honor the abiding mystery of creation.

    We embrace the mysteries of spiritual experience and artistic expression. We provide silence, time and space for discernment, humility and focus. We wish to help the creativity in all to flourish and deepen. Beauty comes not only from head and hand but from heart and soul.

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