Time to study – time to be inspired
What is meant by “Christian art”? How can we use it effectively in worship? Following a successful first outing earlier this year, Wesley House in Cambridge is re-offering its online course “Drawing closer to God: exploring art in worship and theology”. It will run for six weeks from 20 January 2020.
The course is designed for anybody interested in exploring mainly contemporary art from a variety of sources, including the prestigious Methodist Modern Art Collection. It will be overseen by Sarah Middleton, a Methodist Local Preacher and member of the Collection’s Management Committee.
Find out more about the course on the Wesley House website and book your place.
Also coming up, the 2019 Music Day of the United Reformed Church Music Network: Music for our Well-Being. Many of us are involved with Methodist-URC partnerships around the UK. Even if we’re not, we are invited to this event, taking place this year in North London.
The day has been planned around the healing and inspiring qualities of music in worship – featuring a Quaker perspective on music, and the use of music for supporting people living with dementia. Book your place on the Music Network website.