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Please save the date for our 2024 Interfaith Concert

One World, One Family

Sunday, October 13 @ 4 pm

The Sheldon Concert Hall


Free ticket reservations open soon.

Check back here for more information!

Grand Center Arts Academy Peace Project

In an expression of our 2024 theme "Living Peace," Arts & Faith St. Louis and Grand Center Arts Academy are collaborating on the school's Visual Art Spring Exhibit. Student artwork on the theme of Peace will be on display May 10, 2024 from 3:30-6:00pm at the academy at 711 Grand Ave., St. Louis, MO 63103.

Preview the artwork and read the artists' statements here.

"Living Peace"

The Arts & Faith St. Louis annual Interfaith Concert 

"Living Peace" was on Sunday October 15, 2023 at 4:30 pm at

the Sheldon Concert Hall.

This year's theme "Living Peace" is a call to encourage peace in our daily lives, in all our interactions with others, and in the wider community and the world at large. See the full concert below.

Click on the button below to see the full concert program:

Our free concerts and all of the Arts & Faith St. Louis programming are possible because of our generous donors. 

Underwriters ($5,000+)

Noémi Neidorff 

Regional Arts Commission


Sponsors and Supporting Sponsorships ($2,500-$4,999)

Eugene Kornblum

Saint Louis University          


Benefactors and Sustaining Sponsorships  ($1,000-$2,499)

Archdiocese of St. Louis

Laura Arnold and David Kimball

Sara Epstein

David and Lelia Farr

Gretta Forrester, Forrester Family Fund of the St. Louis Community Foundation

Islamic Foundation of Greater St. Louis

Jewish Federation of St. Louis

Ken and Nancy Kranzberg

Sally and Mont Levy

Carolyn Losos

Michael and Barbara Newmark Institute for Human Relations/JCRC

Nina Needleman, Ansel Elyse Foundation

Penny Pennington and Mike Fidler

United Hebrew Congregation

Washington University in St. Louis

Webster University



Patrons and Presenting Sponsorships ($500-$999)

Rev. Sheila Bouie-Sledge

Charlie and Kathy Bratkowski

Interfaith Partnership of Greater St. Louis

Jim Kemp and Michael Slawin

Ward and Carol Klein

Michael and Leslie Litwack

Brian and Joan Mackay

Howard and Elna Nelson

And many other generous donors.

Audience and performers mingle and converse after the Interfaith Concert at a post-concert event just outside of the Sheldon Concert Hall.  

The Interfaith Tours of the Saint Louis Art Museum are back!

In the small group tours, docents of different faiths lead a private, customized tour at a time of your choosing. The tour demonstrates common elements of global faith traditions in art produced through the ages. 

The tour highlights selected works from the vast collection of the Saint Louis Art Museum and centers on themes shared by different faiths.

The 90-minute tour can be scheduled anytime the museum is open. 

To schedule or for more information, please email us at

"Faith into Action"

Thank you to all who attended the

September 18, 2022 Interfaith concert.

We are so happy to have shared a live concert experience with all of you.

If you weren't able to attend, below is a recording of the complete concert. 

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For more than a decade, Arts & Faith St. Louis has united people of diverse faiths and cultures through music, visual art and spoken word. 

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Now in its twelfth year, Arts & Faith St. Louis began on the 10th anniversary of 9/11 with an interfaith commemoration in music at The Sheldon Concert Hall. The concert, which has become an annual event, has been presented to capacity audiences each year.


Headlined by renowned soprano Christine Brewer and other acclaimed local musicians, the event showcases the performances of many diverse faith groups, providing attendees with a unique opportunity for reflection, unity, and peace.

In recent years Arts & Faith St. Louis has expanded its reach with a wide range of projects to bring groups together through artistic expressions and interfaith connections, including docent-led tours of the St. Louis Art Museum and other visual art projects and storytelling, spoken word, and poetry. 

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