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Visual Arts

With stunning communion table displays and thought-provoking art exhibits, our visual arts ministry encourages the creation and display of visual art throughout the building and in the life of the church. The Visual Arts Committee helps facilitate museum trips and presentations by special interest groups. Information on classes, workshops, exhibits, community outreach projects, and artist residencies is posted on the church calendar.

Communion Table Art display

Communion Table Displays

Throughout the year, a team of dedicated volunteers help to create themed displays for worship services. These include Pride Month, World Communion Sunday, Veteran’s Day, Thanksgiving, Advent, Mardi Gras, Lent, Holy Week, and Pentecost. No idea is too big or too small, and new volunteers are always welcome.
Woman viewing art

Art Shows

Multiple art shows throughout the year bring a wide variety of exhibits to our facility. Typically available for viewing for 1-2 months, these shows are displayed in either the Drew Hall Gallery, Twichell Corridor, or the sanctuary. Past exhibits have included local artists, church-member collections, and original large-scale exhibits.



The labyrinth is an ancient symbol that combines the imagery of a circle and a spiral into a meandering but purposeful path. The 10 – 15 minutes it takes to walk the labyrinth offers a way to slow down and enter into stillness and reflection amid our highly distracted lives.

Located in McKeith Hall, our labyrinth was designed in 2005 by Robert Ferre (St Louis, MO) as a Chartres-styled seven circuit 24-foot diameter labyrinth.

Directions for walking the labyrinth are available in McKeith Hall. Please call or email to schedule your visit.