The Healing of All Things: Arts, Mission and Theology

For Arts Sake

Event Date:

24th March 2020

Event Location:

Church House , Penrith

THIS EVENT IS POSTPONED AND now be on Saturday 14th November as part of the Fresh Expressions Cumbria day.
Join us for a whole day exploring art, the creative process and its link with healing, pioneering mission and theology through presentations, workshops involving a range of different media (including photography, print and doodling) and discussions around the following themes:
To affirm art: exploring the intrinsic value of art in keeping with God’s creative nature and expression in creation.
Art and Mission: an exploration of the role of art in mission; art’s unique ability to communicate the Gospel; and how it is and could be used to build community and provide healing.
Prophecy and art:  an opportunity explore how the apocalyptic, unpopular popular can be used as dialogue partners or as the building blocks of liturgy and spirituality in mission communities.
Inspirational workshops with: Jenny Leahy, Sarah Clarke and Lou Davis (nationally renowned artist)


This is a project for pioneers and artists to submit creative work, in any media, that will then form an art exhibition that will be shown in both the North and South of England. The art work will be submitted through the autumn of 2019 – art that has emerged from prayer and conversation and been shaped by faith, hope and love.

Event Location:

  • Church House
  • 19-24 Friargate
  • Penrith
  • Cumbria
  • UK

Event Schedule Details

  • 24th March 2020
    12:00 am - 12:00 am
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