St. Luke Lutheran Church

Grounded in Christ – Growing in Community

Sarah Hart Concert – April 2022

Sarah sang this blue-grassy song near the beginning of her concert.

An avid writer, Sarah has also just published her fourth retreat book, “The Fruit of the Spirit”, which she presents across the country. Hart’s resume lists a lot of work, and a lot of different work — but she sees a thread running through just about everything she does.

“I think it’s all about life,” Hart says. “It’s all about faith and the human experience, and that’s what allows people to relate. You have to be in touch with that experience as an artist; fearlessness in that place of honesty, and being able to write, speak and sing from it is, for me, the key.”

In her travels, the reward is meeting people, sharing her stories, and having them share their own experiences, too. “To be able to do this work and offer a little bit of an oasis to people – a little time to delve in and have fun and look deeper into their faith and desire more — that’s really rewarding to me. I’m incredibly grateful to meet such amazing folks, to have them be a part of my journey, and grateful for them allowing me be a part of theirs.”

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Sarah sang this next video song, dedicated to the victims of the pandemic, war and world unrest.

Sarah entertained us with stories about her own life experiences in the path of faith. This is one of the stories she told, with a song:

Never Be Ashamed

After the concert as finished, there was a reception in the Fellowship where members of the audience could meet and talk with Sarah.

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