“Woven Green paints musical beauty with which few can compare. They bring a powerful sensitivity as well as an awe-inspiring sonic palette to their work. Always aware of their situation, they know how to work in churches, nightclubs, or outdoor festivals with equal polish and creative fire. I am especially impressed how they add depth to any event requiring reverence and respect; that is why I try to bring them to our church to share their abundant musical talents whenever possible. Jim and Ashley are musical treasures, and their integrity invites people to join them in a spirit of love, respect and a nod to that divine power which transcends us all.”

-Rev. Scott Sammler Michael
Accotink Unitarian Universalist Church
V.O.I.C.E Virginians Organized for Interfaith Community Engagement

Working on our Album!

Hi There! Things are coming along beautifully with the recording our new album and we can’t wait to share it with you all! If you want a sneak peek, you can listen a couple of tracks and an interview on Music Alley Radio. Interview 6/16/16 Co Host 8/18/16

Coming up on Monday, October 10th, we are hosting a very special evening of prayer and meditation for our sacred lands and waters as part of 4 days of international prayer action in solidarity with Standing Rock.  People all over the world are gathering around Indigenous People’s Day (aka Columbus Day) to send prayers for our sacred waters and lands, and to oppose the Dakota Access Pipeline. We will be leading the prayer service and sound healing meditation, followed by a sacred water communion.  All faiths are welcome! We are most powerful united!

Also, an update to our schedule this month, we had originally planned to be offering the “Calling in the Moonlight Retreat” presented by Crystal Reiki Therapy, but due to some last minute schedule changes, the retreat has been canceled.

Making music is making love,

Jim and Ashley