What is Liturgical Art?
It is simply another layer of worship that comes alive for the church community visually, as opposed to the written word or music. It is created by artists and lay people working together to develop a place for visual respite...a place to encounter wonder and mystery. Art has that power and when it is created in community, the power magnifies.
This project was designed for our entire church community ~ children, book clubs, prayer groups, AA, friends, everyone! We will all be working together to create the final installation by Sunday, September 27th.
The theme of this project is "Liberation". This process is an exercise in releasing the negatives in our lives that are giving us stress, poor health, loss of energy, etc. This is an exercise to help us to move forward individually and collectively to a better world.
"The external world mirrors what we feel about ourselves. By letting go of any negative self-judgement, we allow our world to transform, and as it does so, we'll be able to feel greater and greater trust. The more we're able to trust, the more we're able to let go of trying to control the outcome. When we try to move with this flow rather than adhere dogmatically to the doctrines of others or the beliefs we once had that no longer serve us, we more accurately reflect who and what we truly are." Anita Moorjani - Dying To Be Me
- Monday & Tuesday, September 14th & 15th: Volunteers take down butterflies and clean up walls at 10:00am
- Monday September 21st and Wednesday, September 23rd: volunteers to string tissues and make mobiles at 10:00am
- Thursday & Friday September 24th & 25th: Volunteers to install the mobiles in the sanctuary at 10:00am