Hart & Soul: Sarah Hart will Perform at the Family Faith Fest
Sarah Hart once performed for Pope Francis and a crowd of 150,000 at St. Peter’s Square. Soon she will be bringing her faith-filled music and her inspiring presence to the Diocese of St. Petersburg for a performance at the Family Faith Fest on October 27, 2018 at Al Lopez Park.
Hart is one of the leading figures in contemporary Catholic music today. Her songs of faith and retreats have touched the lives of literally thousands of people. Now based in Nashville, she’s on the road a good part of the year, juggling a busy songwriting, recording, concert and event schedule.
Sarah’s love for music and ministry intersect in amazing ways. Her dynamic energy, sense of humor and deep faith make her events unforgettable experiences. She especially enjoys exploring topics around women’s spirituality and topics that are relevant to youth.
Here’s a video of Sarah singing from the heart.
Hart has many talents and many ways she serves God — 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.”
Her signature blend of folk, pop and rock delights listeners of every age. She has just delivered Sacrament, her 10th collection, which explores the meaning of the sacraments.
Her songs have been covered by Amy Grant, Celtic Woman, Matt Maher, Jason Crabb and The Newsboys. Grant’s recording of “Better Than a Hallelujah” earned Hart a Best Gospel Song Grammy nomination.
Sarah lives in Nashville with her husband and daughters. Originally from Lancaster, Ohio, she has a degree in music from Ohio State University.