Music and the Arts
At Fourth Presbyterian Church, the relationship between religious faith and the arts is expressed in a highly professional program of artistic expression that emphasizes excellence in performance as a part of regular public worship as well as concerts, dramatic presentations, and sacred art exhibitions.
Art exhibitions featuring work from artists throughout the United States are often on display year-round in the Loggia.
View upcoming music and arts events and opportunities here.
The Fourth Church choral program, which seeks to express the love of God and enhance the worship experience, is an integral part of the worship life of the congregation.
Free Noonday concerts take place at Fourth Church each Friday, and weekday evening and Sunday afternoon concerts are also offered periodically throughout the year.
The Fine Arts Council supports and assists staff liaisons in the development, planning, and presenting of fine arts initiatives at Fourth Church.
Each Sunday at 4:00 p.m. Fourth Church offers a service that incorporates jazz and includes the celebration of Communion.
The Sanctuary at Fourth Church is adorned in liturgical banners and pulpit paraments, which rotate depending on the time of the liturgical year.
The organ, a 2015, 142 rank, five manual Quimby pipe organ, is at the heart of worship and music life at Fourth Church.
Tower Brass, founded at Fourth Church in 1997, performs for services of worship and at special concerts throughout Chicago.
For more information about music at Fourth Presbyterian Church, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 312.981.3595. For more information about fine arts, contact Nanette Sawyer.