The Creative Church Conferences: Embracing the Arts in Your Church (Boise)
The Creative Church Conferences are forums for ideas and practices that can take churches and artists to new levels of glorifying God through the use of the arts.
Imagine if the local church became the place in culture to experience creativity, transcendence, and beauty.
Hundreds of years ago churches were, in many ways, centers for these experiences. Somehow, over time we’ve abdicated that role. Now, many churches are moving in that direction again and there’s a growing desire to begin developing creative arts programs.
The Creative Church Conference will offer inspiration and ideas for churches and artists at all levels; whether you have a flourishing arts ministry, or are an individual artist looking to spark the arts in your church.
Experts on creativity in the church will lead groundbreaking sessions at both locations. Creative leaders from Vineyard and other movements and denominations will share ideas and practices. Attendees can share during panel discussions and open forums. At the Indianapolis conference, the artists will completely design two Sunday services to conclude the weekend. In Boise, artist will join in arts-oriented services.
Speaking at both locations: Rory Noland (Author, The Heart of the Artist), J. Scott McElroy (Author, Finding Divine Inspiration, Director of Arts @ Indy Vineyard), Jessie Nilo (Director of Arts @ Boise Vineyard).
Also speaking in Boise: Manuel Luz (Author, Imagine That), Dave Blakeslee (Potter and Pastor),Cecilia Brie Tschoepe, (Arts Pastor, Hope Chapel, Austin, TX) and more.
Who should come?: If you are an artist, Pastor, or leader interested in the arts in the local church, you need to be a part of The Creative Church Conferences.
Pastors and leaders will discover how to release the godly creativity inherent in every member of your congregation, how to start and maintain arts ministry, how to disciple and lead artists, and how to transform your church into a place that shares God’s love in uniquely creative ways, and much more.
Artists and creative teams will discover inspiration for projects and techniques, community-building, character and creative development, and so much more. You’ll find your creative “tribe.”