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Holland, Michigan | 2019
To deeply form worshipers through the structure of the liturgy by collaboratively writing songs for the elements of the liturgy.
City Church Philadelphia
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania | 2019
To invite people into the biblical story in worship and to broaden their vocabulary for interacting with God using visual art as a focal point.
Spokane, Washington | 2019
To use the arts to explore every aspect of worship to invite all people into the presence of the beauty, majesty, mystery, and holiness of the triune God.
First Baptist Church Ashland
Ashland, Virginia | 2019
To foster intergenerational and interracial discipleship by writing daily liturgies together that connect with the weekly liturgies of corporate worship.
Freedom Outreach International: Ministry to the Military
Cleveland, Tennessee | 2019
To develop intentional worship models for military congregations that remove barriers to those who are experiencing PTSD and to facilitate connection through prayer.
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.
Kanata United Church
Ottawa, Ontario | 2019
To help worshipers live into the salvation story in the liturgical year by participating in collaborative art-making that will be incorporated into corporate worship.
Lakeshore Avenue Baptist Church
Oakland, California | 2019
To draw mutually enriching connections between worship and social justice by crafting worship elements that flow out of and deepen worshipers’ participation in justice ministries.
Monument of Faith Church
Durham, North Carolina | 2019
To explore the history of liturgical practices in the church's worship in order to be formed by those practices and to authentically integrate them into the church's worship life.
Rainier Beach Presbyterian Church
Seattle, Washington | 2019
To deepen worshipers’ practice of joy in a community marked by suffering by creating Psalm-influenced liturgical art together.