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Ekklesia (United Ministries in Higher Education)
Springfield, Missouri | 2020
To deepen worshipers' awareness of the beauty and character of God by engaging various art forms in an intergenerational and ecumenical context on campus and in partner churches.
First Community AME Church
Grand Rapids, Michigan | 2020
To reflect theologically on communal worship that incorporates prayer, praise, and servant leadership, in order to facilitate deeper participation and engagement with God in worship.
Fisher Street Church of God in Christ International
Jonesboro, Arkansas | 2019
To deepen young people’s engagement with Scripture, with one another, and with their community by training them to lead worship through dance, music, and mime, using the Psalms as a model.
Humble Walk Lutheran Church
St Paul, Minnesota | 2019
To promote the role of visual and performing arts in the liturgy as a means of meeting God in worship, by providing opportunities for artists to lead the congregation.
Lexington Christian Academy
Lexington, Massachusetts | 2019
To break down barriers of age, ethnicity, and worship tradition by engaging and theologically reflecting on the arts, theater, and music in worship.
Park Avenue Christian Church
New York, New York | 2019
To enable deeper participation in scripture through drama, dance, and music as modes of proclamation.
Young Life Capernaum
Libertyville, Illinois | 2019
To use Vertical Habits to disciple young adults with developmental disabilities, and to help churches break down barriers to the full, conscious, active participation of those young adults in worship.
All Angels Church
New York, New York | 2018
To equip children to embody the Christian story through drama in order to deepen their understanding of the God revealed in Scripture.
Allen Chapel AME Church
Hartford, Connecticut | 2018
To enrich worship by exploring the ways that music, dance, and visual arts support both formative and expressive aspects of gathered worship.
Cathedral in the Night
Amherst, Massachusetts | 2018
To embody God’s story and the healing power of Christ in the public square through liturgical dance choreographies developed by worshiping community members who are engaged with Scripture and storytelling.