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The Arts in Your Church

A Practical Guide

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The Arts in Your Church by Fiona Bond
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Why the arts, in church, today? What are the benefits and pitfalls? How can we plan for success? Who can help? Practical and inspiring: The Arts in Your Church is a much-needed resource for church leaders and lay people alike. Fiona Bond argues that in contemporary culture, we are used to receiving and processing complex information through a combination of image, sound and word. This makes the arts an essential concern for churches seeking to communicate, explore and live their faith in 'the language of our time'. The possibilities are vast and this book gives the tools needed to plan with confidence in a way that is appropriate to your church community. As Fiona Bond encourages the reader: "Exciting and enriching things can happen when churches have the courage, and the discipline, to engage with the arts...I hope that this book will make that process less daunting and even more rewarding." Includes real-life case studies & photographs. 'Exciting and enriching things can happen when churches have the courage, and the discipline, to engage with the arts ...I hope that this book will make that process less daunting and even more rewarding.' Fiona Bond The possibilities are vast and this book gives the tools needed to plan with confidence in a way that is appropriate to your church community. As Fiona Bond writes; 'Exciting and enriching things can happen when churches have the courage, and the discipline, to engage with the arts ...I hope that this book will make that process less daunting and even more rewarding.' real-life case studies + photographs

Author Biography

Fiona Bond is at present the Development Manager for Dundee Contemporary Arts, a major centre of artistic excellence with a dynamic impact on the social, educational, commercial and cultural development of Dundee city. After completing her BA(hons) in Theology at St John's College, Durham University, Fiona has worked as Director of the Lancaster Literature Festival, an advisor for Durham County Council on employing the arts as a stimulus for social and economic development among young people, Public Relations Officer for Kettle's Yard Gallery in Cambridge, and Project Manager of Theology Through the Arts in Cambridge. She has also been involved in a range of local church arts projects.
Release date NZ
June 27th, 2001
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Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Illustrations
16 b&w photographs and 8 b&w cartoon illustrations
Imprint
Piquant Editions
Pages
128
ISBN-13
9781903689004
Product ID
2068416

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