News: Charitable status granted

The Charity Commission has told us this week that our application for charitable registration has been successful and we have therefore been entered onto the Register of Charities with the Registered Charity Number 1161109. Our charitable objects are To promote the arts and advance religion by: (a) reinvigorating the role of Christian art in church communities […]

Christian Art – fallacy or fusion?

Jonathan Evens is running a course entitled ‘Christian Art – fallacy or fusion?’ as part of the Eastertide School in the Diocese of Chelmsford. The course aims to explore approaches to and understanding of the relationship between art and faith.  In this course participants will explore approaches to engaging with and looking attentively at art in addition […]

Eyes on Jesus

Christopher Clack and Jonathan Evens feature in a new Dutch book entitled Jezus voor ogen (Eyes on Jesus) with visual meditations and word and image Bible studies for Lent. The visual meditations have all featured previously on the ArtWay website and include the meditation which Jonathan Evens wrote on Christopher Clack’s Descent II. Marleen Hengelaar-Rookmaaker, who edited the […]

Exploring the nature of Christian Art

Jonathan Evens gave the following talk about commission4mission and the nature of Christian Art at West Mersea Parish Church yesterday, as part of their Learning Supper: commission4mission was launched in March 2009 by our Patron, the Bishop of Barking, to encourage the commissioning and placing of contemporary Christian Art in churches, as a means of […]

Perspectives on commissioning Christian Art

The programme for Commission For Mission’s Study Day entitled ‘Perspectives on commissioning Christian Art’ has now been finalised. The day will take place on Saturday 7th November at Chelmsford Cathedral (New Street, Chelmsford, CM1 1TY) from 10.00am – 2.30pm and comes at the end of Commission For Mission’s showcase exhibition in the Cathedral (Monday 2nd […]