Creative Church Service

The Creative Church project began in the late 1990’s and was motivated by the fact that many Christian musicians and other artists wanted to invest their gifts in churches and worship services, but didn’t find the right platform to do so.

Another motivational factor for this artistic church service was the realisation that people in the postmodern world are more interested in a holistic experience of God, than merely wordcentred teachings.

The arts play an increasing role when it comes to reaching out to different groups of people through the gospel and the churche is starting to discover this as well.

The general structure of the Creative Church is quite simple, and can be adapted as needed. It consists of three parts, each comprising 

20 - 30 minutes programs, as follows :

An artistic part

The integration of arts within the service shapes the whole atmosphere. The services often mirror the joy of being creative, the gift and blessing of beauty and the courage of daring new things.

An artistic part

The integration of arts within the service shapes the whole atmosphere. The services often mirror the joy of being creative, the gift and blessing of beauty and the courage of daring new things.

An artistic part

The integration of arts within the service shapes the whole atmosphere. The services often mirror the joy of being creative, the gift and blessing of beauty and the courage of daring new things.