Liturgical Arts

Liturgical Artists create and provide art for our worship spaces in the form of paraments, banners, or other forms of artistic expression. From paper-lace cut banners to A Wing and a Prayer origami bird mobile, liturgical art helps enhance our worship services throughout the year.

In addition, the Tull Hall Art Gallery hosts rotating arts exhibit throughout the year displaying the work of leading artists from all over the country and world. We work closely with several organizations, and have premiered major exhibits and exhibits from our own congregational artists.

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Each year Central’s Arts of the Spirit series offers either a workshop or seminar, an opportunity to sing, or a concert with a cause, and supports rotating art exhibits. Arts of the Spirit is supported by a donor base of church members and individuals from the larger community. If you wish to donate, you may donate online here.

Current Exhibit in Tull Hall Gallery


First Fruits Collage

First Fruits Exhibit

and with the first fruits of all your increase – Proverbs 3:9

As we prepare to enter the season of returning to our Creator the monetary fruits of our labor, we are reminded that from the beginning of the Old Testament to the end of the New Testament, returning to our Creator the first fruits of what has already been given us–in talent, labor, and wealth–stands as a hallmark of God’s faithful people. The entire biblical narrative is filled with images of feasting, fruitfulness, and faithful service in which both God’s people and kingdom flourish. Joyfully and creatively engaging in the good work that God has given us to do, yielding our best efforts to the Lord, we return our first offering to God.

As a visual reminder of returning our first offering to God, the exhibit, First Fruits, is now on display in Tull Fellowship Hall. This exhibit is sponsored by Central’s Arts of the Spirit series in conjunction with CIVA (Christians in the Visual Arts) and will remain on display throughout our season of stewardship.

If you would like to visit the exhibit during the church’s office hours, please contact Sandra McDonald by email or phone (404.601.3137)