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Worship & the Arts Symposium

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The new denominational hymnal Voices Together (2020) arrives in a timely moment in Christian worship. This worship book is resonating across Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada as we reach for connection with each other and with God’s work in the world.

Gather around stories that shaped Voices Together. Contemplate the visual art curated for this collection. Experience historical, contemporary and intercultural worship. Develop tools for adopting new resources in your worshiping community.

Made possible by the Reimer-Boese Worship and the Arts Endowment

The Reimer/Boese Worship and Arts Endowment celebrates the lives of Katharina Voth Reimer and Thomas U. Reimer, and Maria Schroeder Boese and Abraham L. Boese. The former are the parents, the latter the birth parents of donor Dr. Rosella Reimer Duerksen, both of whose birth parents died in her infancy.

The endowment is intended to assist Bethel College in providing lectures, musical events, workshops or conferences which focus on the arts as tools for the communication of the faith. It is anticipated that, while some events may primarily serve the student body of the college, others will serve the broader community as well.

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Worship and the Arts Symposium 2021 Registration

Guest information
Individual or Group Registration
Your contact information
Bethel College / Hesston College students and employees, please use your @bethelks.edu or @hesston.edu e-mail address.
Additional information
Voices together
You will get the most out of the symposium and worship service if you have a copy of Voices Together with you. If you do not already own one, you may borrow from a friend or your church, or you can purchase a copy for pickup at the symposium. Please indicate your choice below:

About Bethel

As the first Mennonite college founded in North America, Bethel College celebrates a tradition of progressive Christian liberal arts education, diversity within community, and lifelong learning.