For the nearly two millennia since the faith emerged from the catacombs, Christians have employed art—and artists—to inspire the faithful. Church art in all its forms, from clergy vestments and altarpieces to statues, church architecture, paintings, and stained-glass windows, has been used to educate people in the faith. It still does.
During the six weeks of Lent, we will be using art as a source of prayer, meditation, study and devotion. Each Sunday, the preacher of the day will use a piece of art as a way to share the designated scripture.
Please join us throughout the Lenten season as we use art to see and experience the presence of God.
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