Camron Ware on Visual Worship

Camron Ware on Visual Worship

April 23, 2013 by

“Diving in to the concept of visual worship led me to be fascinated by old church buildings and cathedrals where I saw something interesting: the church used to be really good at using visuals in worship spaces! Stained glass, mosaic, tapestries, paint—they all told stories of God and helped the Church worship…visually. However, every time I would look out at our sanctuary walls; they were bland. White. Void. You might be able to relate.” –Camron Ware (Christian Media Magazine)

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One Response to “Camron Ware on Visual Worship”

  • Whitney
    April 25, 2013

    True. A lot of churches go with plain walls to “help lessen the distraction” during worship or to have a “clean” look. I believe its duty to point people to Christ every step of the way, from the moment they walk into the sanctuary, including the church building, the lobby, etc. And, it should be clean and fresh at the same time. Kevin, thanks for sharing this.

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