If a Picture’s Worth a Thousand Words…

Post a Comment » Written on March 2nd, 2012     
Filed under: Arts, Better Together, Church Year, Lent, Liturgy, Visual Arts
Today’s post is written by Matt Nightingale, Director of Worship Ministries at Redeemer Covenant Church in Tulsa, OK.

Today, as we continue to walk through this season of Lent, I’m thinking more expansively about the art of leading worship. Our worship planning is so often dominated by conversations about music and preaching, as if those were the only things that really matter.

This week, in our Better Together forum, Matthew Anderson (Pastor of Worship Arts at Thornapple Covenant Church in Grand Rapids, MI) posted some photos of Thornapple’s worship space. I was really moved by these images, and I thought I’d post them for you. What do these images evoke for you? How does your church utilize the visual arts in worship? What are we missing?



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