Lent and Easter resources

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Three collections of images by our artists are available for download via theworshipcloud.com. Mark of the Cross features 20 poetic meditations on Christ’s journey to the cross and reactions to his resurrection and ascension (images by Henry Shelton and words by Jonathan Evens). The Passion: Reflections and Prayers features pictures, poems and prayers by Henry Shelton and Jonathan […]

Othona Retreat

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Mark Lewis has organised a commission4mission Retreat on Monday 24 – Wednesday 26 April at the Othona Community in Bradwell-on-Sea. We would like to encourage commission4mission artists, members and others to take part in an informal retreat that will include artwork, walks and conversation. Othona Bradwell is a place of welcome to people from all walks […]

Members update: Jean Lamb

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‘The Stations of the Holocaust’ by artist Jean Lamb is a thought-provoking exhibition comprising of 14 ‘stations’ or pieces of art which have been carved out of elm wood, cast and then painted.  Each one illustrates part of the story of Jesus’ life from the time of his trial to the time of his burial; […]

The Cross: designs and reflections

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An exhibition of works, talks and seminars by members of commission4mission in The Hostry at Norwich Cathedral from 17 April to 30 May 2017. The exhibition is based on personal responses to the cross through designs, concept drawings, digital prints, wood & stone carvings, pottery & jewellery, paintings and drawings. Exhibition free to attend. Open […]

Stations 2017

Stations 2017

commission4mission is among organisations supporting Stations 2017, a collaboration between Mark Dean (artist), Lizzi Kew Ross (choreographer) and Lucy Newman Cleeve (curator). St. Stephen Walbrook, designed by Christopher Wren in 1672, accommodates the first classical dome built in England, and was Wren’s prototype for St Paul’s Cathedral. This architectural relationship provides a physical and interpretive context […]