What is Tapestry Art Church?

Armando Heredia, founder of Tapestry Art Church, in an interview by Top Floor Studios Podcast shares the inspiration and motivation behind the concept. The full interview will be aired by Top Floor Studios in an upcoming episode. Listen and subscribe to their podcast: https://anchor.fm/top-floor-studios

There are many artists and creatives that would love nothing more than a chance to share their talent with their faith community.

“Incorporating the arts in the church has long been a passion of mine, and I wholeheartedly believe that it can and will be a dynamic way to not only grow the church, but finally give artists and creatives a viable and exciting way to become engaged in ministry!”

Armando Heredia

Enroll in our Building An Art Community in Your Church course today!

We, at Tapestry Art Church, are committed to helping churches see the immense potential of the arts to inspire their congregations with creativity, life and new ministry opportunities. While we are in transition locally, we will be offering online courses and webinars on building art communities within the church.

What if the best way an artist can express the message of the gospel is a painting or a sculpture, or if the message needs to be celebrated in stanzas by a symphony? What if the art is the message? These are the questions that compel us to be the Art Church.

A gathering of believers devoted to expressing the beauty of Christ and His grace through the arts.

Tapestry is the church, we exist to be a place where people can teach and learn about the character of Jesus Christ through study and preaching; to pray, worship and break bread in the spiritual and physical sense. Tapestry is the arts, we express our faith through creative expression, that is not a means to an end, it is the ministry.

“In the beginning, God created…” Genesis 1:1

We believe that creativity is a powerful gift from God and should be used to do the most important work, sharing the Good News of His grace and mercy.

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