Annual Report 2014/15

In 2013/14 commission4mission gained charitable status and formed an ongoing partnership with Oasis Trust. We exhibited for a second time at St Stephen Walbrook and as part of the H’Art Festival in Havering. We began an annual service celebrating the Arts. During 2014/15 commission4mission: received approval from the Charity Commission of our application to become a registered charity (Registered charity no.1161109). Our thanks to […]

franciscan magazine articles

Articles written by commission4mission members for franciscan magazine can now be viewed online at http://www.franciscans.org.uk/franciscan/franciscan-january-2013. They include: ‘Facets of faith: the gospel in modern and contemporary art’ by Jonathan Evens; ‘Father Andrew the artist: Plaistow friar, who never lost his boyhood enthusiasm for all things artistic’ by Steven Saxby; and ‘Re-imagining the gospels’ by Helen Gheorghiu Gould.

Newsletter No. 15 – January 2013

Christmas Exhibition: Incarnation Wendy McTernan curated and organised an excellent commission4mission exhibition entitled ‘Incarnation’ at Wimbledon Library Gallery in December 2012. commission4mission’s South London launch took place at a well attended Private View. We were encouraged by the interest shown by all who came both in the conversations that took place and in the works […]

franciscan: three articles

Three commission4mission members have written articles on the arts for the latest edition of franciscan, which is published three times a year by the First Order brothers and sisters and includes articles on Franciscan themes, as well as book reviews and news of the Society. The three articles are: Facets of faith: the gospel in modern and contemporary art by […]

‘Condemned’: Lent/Easter Series – Week 7

commission4mission has created a Lenten and Easter journey for 2012 using images by our artists combined with passages from Isaiah 53. Throughout Lent and for the first two weeks of Easter, we will post images and words from ‘Condemned’ here on a weekly basis. Jim Insole lives in Neath, South Wales. He became a committed (R.C.) […]