Believing that music is a window to the presence of the Creator, Asylum Hill Congregational Church presents concerts as a community outreach that combines nationally and internationally-known performing artists with the musical and artistic gifts of the Greater Hartford region and Asylum Hill Congregational Church. With multiple events and varied styles, all are welcome to can experience the music they love while supporting the music ministry of AHCC.  

2019-2020 Music for Humanity Concerts!


Love Sings A New Day

Saturday, October 26, 2019 - 8:00pm

Bass-baritone Kenneth Overton, soprano Teresa Eickel, soprano Mia Douglas, and pianist Susan Carroll come together for an inspirational and uplifting benefit concert. With repertoire spanning Opera, Broadway, and African American spirituals, this concert is sure to be an audience favorite!     AGENCY BENEFICIARY: Ana Grace Project

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Holocaust Cantata: Songs from the Camps


Beatitude Mass (for the Homeless)

Sunday, November 10, 2019 - 4:00pm

Under the direction of Jack A. Pott, the AHCC Sanctuary Choir & Orchestra present music by David McCullough and Henry Mollicone. These hauntingly, poignant works are as relevant today, as when they were written. AGENCY BENEFICIARY: Hands on Hartford 



Music for Humanity Concerts  join the music and outreach ministries of Asylum Hill Congregational Church. This endowed music series presents community concerts in AHCC’s historic sanctuary. Since presentation costs are covered by this fund, all proceeds from ticket sales are directed to Hartford area service agencies and community programs supported by the church. Tickets: $20 per concert.


Jack Pott