The Cultural Series Committee sponsors several Cultural programs featuring music and art throughout the year. We are committed to providing visual arts and performing arts at the same event. The performers and artists usually come to us from the wider community and, from time to time, may include performers and artists who are also members of St. Matthias. We offer a venue for the various talents of artists and musicians in our community and we recognize that the beauty you experience are Gifts from God.

March Cultural Arts Event

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The American Youth Harp Ensemble presents, “Music of the Harp!”

On Sunday, March 18, 2018, at 4:00 pm, the American Youth Harp Ensemble will present, “Music of the Harp!” at St. Matthias' Episcopal Church,11300 W. Huguenot Rd, Midlothian, VA 23113.  Join the American Youth Harp Ensemble, the nation's premier harp ensemble, for a scintillating display of virtuosity showcasing the harp's incredible versatility. Considered for a 2016 Grammy Award, you will be enthralled by these world-class performers who have been called "a national cultural treasure" by the U.S. Department of State's Cultural Arts Director. The Virginia-based Ensemble has delighted audiences most recently in the UK, Belgium, the Netherlands, Norway, Carnegie Hall, Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center, the Kennedy Center and the White House and is thrilled to appear in the St. Matthias’ Cultural Series again!  A Reception will follow the concert. Donations are appreciated. For more information, feel free to email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 804-272-8588, ext. 103.

Art for the Journey

The Art Show exhibit will feature artists from “Art for the Journey” This group began with a few artists interestedin bringing the feeling of peace to women in prison, and with seed money for supplies from Saint Matthias outreach and Saint Mary’s Catholic church.  Since the formation of “Art for the Journey” in 2014, we have grown to bring the joy, peace and wellbeing from creative expression to hundreds of adults and children. In addition to our regular programs, we will be adding programs for veterans who have suffered PTSD and some who may have been sexually abused, we have a quarterly program for 3rd year medical students, and hold an art camp for kids with juvenile diabetes, we also work with seniors in section 8 housing. Since our formation we have had the support of over 150 volunteers including students from VCU, artists, and community volunteers in all of our programs.

Art for the Journey