Thanks to a Clergy Renewal for Congregations grant from the Lilly Endowment , this summer at Cross of Grace will be characterized by creativity, worship, artistic endeavors, and spiritual practices. Take a look at what is being offered below and click the links to register.
Also, check out this piece of original music, written by Sister Sinjin, based on the summer’s theme verse Isaiah 55:12
Pick up a free copy of Rob Bell’s book, How To Be Here and learn why creativity and spirituality are inextricably linked. Rob gives you the support and insight you need to silence your critics, move from idea to action, take the first step, find joy in the work, persevere through hard times, and surrender to the outcome.
Meet up with others reading the book to share stories and ideas. Dates for upcoming book groups will be listed here as they are scheduled.
Felting Arts w/ Gary Schmitt*
Indianapolis artist Gary Schmitt offers felting workshops (i.e., wool sculptures) at Cross of Grace in which participants will create a dove out of wool. Saturday, July 13 at 10am or 2pm (choose one). Each workshop is limited to 10 participants. The workshop is free for participants.
Potluck, Exhibit & Concert
Cross of Grace concludes its Creative Arts and Worship Summer Series and welcomes back the Stamper family with a potluck dinner on Sunday, September 29 at 5pm. This event will coincide with an exhibit of various artwork created by Partners in Mission over the summer as well as a music concert by Joel David Weir and Sister Sinjin.