KAIROS is an Ancient Greek word meaning the right, critical, or opportune moment. The ancient Greeks had two words for time: chronos (χρόνος) and kairos (καιρός). While the former refers to chronological or sequential time, the latter signifies a proper or opportune time for action. 

THE KAIROS GALLERY [is a permanent gallery room] will someday again be located inside the Mt. Pleasant campus of St. Andrew's Church - a place designed to allow for kairos moments. These moments, stirred and inspired by the work of the Holy Spirit, occur first in the creation of a work of art, a connection of inspiration and creativity. Then, there is the experiencing of the work of art, where the observer becomes more than a witness, but a vessel for a new moment, a new opportunity, unplanned, unscripted, unpredictable, but forever memorable and impactful.

Over the past decade The Kairos Gallery has featured exhibits representing both local and international artists, bringing together the artist, the art lovers, and the casual passerby. 

[The gallery is open when the church is open.] The gallery will return!

Kairos Gallery Team

Dwight Huthwaite, Worship Arts Director & Gallery Co-Curator
Beverly Currin, Co-Curator & Gallery Manager
Kristy Barry, Administrative Assistant
Patti Wheat, Designer