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Using the Visual Arts in Worship

In an article presented by the Calvin Institute of Christian Worship, Joan Huyser-Honig explores Christianity's use of visual arts in worship throughout history and how images and symbols are still relevant in today's churches. Huyser-Honig writes, "Christians around the world have different ways of using visual arts in worship. Yet we worship the same Potter, who through the indwelling Spirit shapes us to become more like Christ Incarnate. And as lush or austere as your own visual tradition may be, you can worship more deeply by considering why and how other Christians receive God’s revelation through what they see." The article includes helpful links for church leaders who want to learn more or start a discussion group.

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