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Program Detail - The Arts in Christian Worship

The Arts in Christian Worship

The Arts in Christian Worship explores the ways that the music, art, and architecture have shaped and been shaped by Christian worship practice from the early church to the present. Through on-site visits in Rome, Florence, Geneva, Paris, and London, students will become more familiar with the various artistic styles and study many facets of the role of the arts in Christian worship. The week spent at the Taize community in France will allow students to experience a unique Christian worship practice in community with young people from around the world. Highlights of the trip include: • Exploring four of the world’s top art museums (Louvre, Vatican, Uffizi, National Gallery) • Living, worshiping, and serving together with young people from around the globe at Taize • Climbing the 463 steps to the top of the Florence Duomo for the best view of the city • Exploring ancient Rome (Forum and Coliseum), as well as Christian churches spanning over 1500 years • Attending a live performance of “Les Miserables” and a concert of the BBC Symphony in London • Great pasta and pizza, gelato, croissants, bangers and mash!

Term(s):
January 2016

Approximate Cost:
$3,750

Credits:
FA 396 3

Leaders:
Dr. Benjamin Brody, Associate Professor of Music

Fulfills Global Perspective Requirement

 

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