Seasonal Environment

The environment of our worship spaces gives expression to the deeper realities of our seasons and feasts and of other particular occasions, e.g., weddings, funerals, services of reconciliation or lament, anniversaries, that gather people in for prayer.  The environment speaks to us, draws us into these deeper realities.

We will feature examples of environment for worship, practical considerations for art and environment ministers, and other reflections.  Please send us your ideas and examples in the form of digital images to: envisionchurch@georgetown.edu.

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Learning from the Way a Wildflower Grows: Ikebana in the Liturgical Environment

Peg Cavanaugh and Stephanie Hanson of Saint Cecilia Parish, Saint Paul, Minnesota, share their experiences of learning Ikebana, the Japanese art of flower arrangement.

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Celebrating the Easter Season

Julie Moran offers ideas for improving the liturgical environment for the Great Fifty Days.  Photo provided by Julie Moran.

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