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Worship and the Arts
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Learn about the history, theology and practice of liturgical arts

Interested in digging deeper? Study the history of liturgical art in the Christian church. Read about the theological understanding of worship and the arts in the Reformed tradition. Draw on the insights of practicing liturgical artists, as they reflect on this creative vocation.

Download “Embodied Prayer,” a Call to Worship article on movement and dance.

Download “Confessions of a Liturgical Artist,” a Call to Worship article on liturgical art as a calling.

Download “Come, Spirit, Come,” a Call to Worship article on art and reformed faith.

Read "The Artist and the Preacher: Can Both Proclaim the Word?" by William C. Goettler, assistant dean for ministry studies, Yale Divinity School and co-pastor, First Presbyterian Church of New Haven. Published in The Bulletin Of The Institute For Reformed Theology, Spring 2008, Vol. 8, #1.

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