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City Church of Compton
Compton, California | 2018
To cultivate in children an awareness of the beauty of God in worship while teaching them skills for leading worship through music, dance, and visual arts.
Community Congregational United Church of Christ
Montgomery, Alabama | 2018
To equip laypersons to lead and participate in worship by helping them integrate their own experiences of God’s presence with the history, creeds, and practices of African-American churches.
St. Louis, Missouri | 2018
To draw adults into a life of Christian discipleship by studying four congregations with robust catechumenate programs in order to facilitate formational practices and patterns in the worship of other congregations.
Durham, North Carolina | 2018
To unify churches who share a common neighborhood by implementing ecumenical and contextual worship that meets the needs of the community.
First Baptist Church of McMinnville
McMinnville, Oregon | 2018
To learn about inclusive worship in order to craft creative liturgies that allow for the full, conscious, active participation of all members of the community.
First Presbyterian Church of Holt and Lansing Church of God in Christ
Holt and Lansing, Michigan | 2018
To facilitate relationships between Anglo- and African-American churches by fully engaging in one another’s worship experiences and by creating liturgical art together.
Grace and Peace Community Church
Chicago, Illinois | 2018
To reflect on Scripture and culture in order to compose songs and worship expressions that are fitting to a multicultural urban congregational context.
Grace Baptist Church
Richmond, Virginia | 2018
To cultivate an awareness of God’s glory by establishing shared rhythms and spaces to connect daily life and corporate worship.
Chelan, Washington | 2018
To strengthen the connection between worship and faith formation by creating new catechumenate-based liturgical rites that reflect the lived experience of individuals and small groups in corporate worship.
Indiana Wesleyan University
Marion, Indiana | 2018
To expand and strengthen the communal nature of campus worship by exploring the relationship between liturgy and spiritual disciplines and by engaging visual art as a form of intercessory prayer.