We did this art project during the summer of 2011. People in the congregation were asked to pick up driftwood and small rocks while walking and praying over the summer and bring them to the church. The collected memories were then put together to form this cross.
This project was created to go along with our study of The Story. Each week, a new piece of artwork by one of our members will be displayed on the pulpit. This image will correspond with the Biblical story for the week.
This is the second prayer weaving we have done, the previous one being in 2007. The focus for this prayer weaving was on salvation of individuals.
During Lent 2010, we asked people in the congregation to decorate small crosses to remember their salvation. These crosses were then put together to create two large banners.
This was a “surprise project” created by one of our members, Shirle Bedient, in which individuals and groups were given a small square to color and then when the pictures were placed together the final project was seen.
During Lent of 2009, we asked a number of individuals to create artwork based on Jesus’ last few days. These are their work inspired by the passion narrative found in Scripture.
Created for a sermon series based on various psalms and the language we learn from them, this artwork was based on Psalm 150 and the language of praise.
This banner was created in conjunction with a sermon series that we did in 2007 on prayer.
These two banners were designed by Ellen Boda and created by Becky Granger. They are a part of a rotation of banners that we use at the front of our sanctuary.
This is an ongoing project, creating Chrismons, which are symbols of the life and ministry of Jesus. We use them to decorate trees during the Advent and Christmas season.