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Cornerstone University, Martin Spence
Grand Rapids, Michigan | 2019
To investigate the history of nationalism in American evangelical worship practices, working with congregational leaders to discern ways to disentangle Christian worship and nationalism.
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.
Dallas International University
Dallas, Texas | 2019
To develop long-term habits of spiritual formation through corporate worship in students preparing for missions work, focusing on the arts and Biblical literacy.
Detroit Catholic Pastoral Alliance
Detroit, Michigan | 2019
To promote deeper participation in worship by exploring the unique musical contributions of African-American Catholic parishes.
Dominican House of Studies/Pontifical Faculty of the Immaculate Conception, Andrew Hofer, O.P.
Washington, District of Columbia | 2019
To study seven early Christian preachers who model various aspects of "incarnational" preaching and produce a resource encouraging preachers to integrate public speech with all of life.
Eastern Christian School Association
North Haledon, New Jersey | 2019
To expand students’ imagination and understanding of God and the people of God by implementing diverse worship expressions.
Emory University, Susan E. Hylen
Atlanta, Georgia | 2019
To study the history of women's participation in church life in the early church with pastors and church leaders, discerning how historical claims do (and should) function in contemporary discussions.
Fair-Park Baptist Church (Convergence)
Alexandria, Virginia | 2019
To practice contemplative forms of worship as a way of engaging people with God in both counter-cultural and culturally contextual ways.
Faith United Methodist Church
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania | 2019
To pursue unity and reconciliation through deepening worshipers’ understanding and practices of Holy Communion.
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.