Welcome to The Spire – A Beacon Reimagined

Today, hundreds of Kingstonians each week rely on The Spire as a community hub for their activities in the arts, social justice and spirituality. The Spire’s welcome extends to 1,200 people weekly – it is a bustle of activity and a seedbed for artistic and social-justice enterprises both social and entrepreneurial.

People of all ages, backgrounds, and convictions gather to celebrate the arts, to sing, to act, to dance, to find safe harbour and to learn together. Today, it is home to many not-for-profit organizations.

A Space for Music, Arts, Social Justice, Spirituality and Community-Building

What goes on at The Spire? Look who’s building our community…

A number of organizations have The Spire as a home

James Wannamaker Woodwinds Music Studio
Julia Mylks Music Studio
Moira Demorest Music Studio

Many organizations use The Spire as a venue for concerts, meetings, lectures, etc.

Every week 1200 Kingstonians use The Spire to create music, to plan programs, to find counsel, to gather for learning and support