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  • EDFW is creating an art exhibition exploring the church calendar.
  • Exhibition to be held at St. Elisabeth's at 5pm on May 18.
  • Event will start with worship at 5pm.
  • The public is invited.

A 5pm worship service in the sanctuary will mark the opening of The Unbroken Circle, a Fine Arts Gallery, at St. Elisabeth’s Episcopal Church in Fort Worth. All are invited to worship and to walk through the liturgical year via the art works on display in the parish hall.  From 5 to 7 pm,  the works of artists from throughout the diocese will bring the liturgical calendar to life in paint, clay, poetry, music, and other media. Make plans to join this celebration of art and faith!

Artists are encouraged to arrive 30-45 minutes before the service.

St. Elisabeth’s Episcopal Church is located at 5910 Black Oak Lane, Fort Worth, Texas, 76114.

As announced in Calling All Artists!, “The Unbroken Circle, a Fine Arts gallery, calls artists and musicians from across the diocese to submit artwork or perform music and/or poetry and story that will bring the liturgical calendar to life. Participants may choose a season of the church year and interpret the feeling of the season and what about it speaks to them.

This project includes not only the oft-explored seasons of Lent, Easter, and Christmas, but also the rest of the liturgical year, each season with different and equally rich areas to explore. The greens of Epiphany, the fires of Pentecost and the blues of Advent offer compelling narratives to explore and interpretive depths in which to plunge.”