Vineyard Creative Online Festival

Started by Kris MacQueen, Apr 01, 2020, 9:00 AM

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Tune in here and now! Today's (May 2nd) festival will run from (EDT) 11am-1pm, 2pm-4pm, 5pm-7pm, 8pm-11pm(ish), featuring over 35 different artists and creatives sharing their work.

It's been interesting and actually rather profound to see how various forms of creative expression have risen up over the past weeks. Musicians are live-streaming sets, poems are being written, paintings painted, books written... So much good work is being done by creatives right now. In fact, in the absence of physical gathering, it's often these creative expressions through which the Holy Spirit seems to be breathing on His Church in this time.

In response to all this, recognizing the vital importance of creative work happening right now, on Saturday May 2nd we're going to be hosting our first ever completely online worship, arts and creativity festival.


Hello, I would like to contribute a few photographs, but don't have a web page that I can link them to.  Will you have a gallery where photos and paintings can be posted?  Also, how many photos do you suggest I submit?  Three?  Six?  Thankyou.

Keith Sutton, Apr 11, 2020,  9:32 AM

Hey Keith, please email them to [Please enable JavaScript to see this content]. 6, if you've got them, would be great.

Hey, that's great news! I'm looking forward to seeing all the awesome work from our artists. In fact, it's quite impressive to see all the artists, musicians, writers shoulder responsibility in these hard times. I was supposed to attend my best friend's engagement ceremony this week in his real estate in Cannes but anyway ─▒ don't feel sorry thanks to the efforts of all these people and responsible people like you.

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