The Art of Faith: A City Walk

The City of London has the greatest concentration of historic church buildings anywhere in the country. In the 16th century there were 111 churches in the City. 80 were destroyed in the Great Fire of 1666 with 51 subsequently rebuilt under the direction of Sir Christopher Wren. Today there are no fewer than 42 historic churches situated within the Square Mile, all […]

‘The Cross’ – Private View

The Private View for the latest commission4mission exhibition was held last night in The Hostry at Norwich Cathedral. Harvey Bradley, curator of the exhibition, outlined the basis for the show. Jonathan Evens, commission4mission’s secretary, thanked Harvey for all his work and also thanked the Cathedral staff for their support and for the opportunity to show […]

Othona Retreat

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 […]

Reflection exhibition update 3

We are able to announce an additional number of our artist members who will be exhibiting at St Stephen Walbrook as part of the Reflection exhibition. In addition to Hayley Bowen, Christopher Clack, Valerie Dean, Jonathan Evens, Michael Garaway,  John Gentry, Clorinda Goodman, Tim Harrold, Anthony Hodgson, Janet Roberts and Peter Webb, we can confirm that Terry Ffyffe, Maurizio Galia, […]

Annual Service celebrating the Arts

Our annual service celebrating the Arts was held today at All Saints Goodmayes. A conversation between Henry Shelton and the Bishop of Barking at All Saints in 2008 led to the formation of commission4mission, with Henry as founding member. We returned to All Saints today following the commissioning of a Trinity window by Henry and […]