Sara Benedetti

April 2013
Presbyterians Today;Apr2013, Vol. 103 Issue 3, p12
An interview with Sara Benedetti, an ordained teaching elder of the Presbyterian Church, is presented. She notes that arts ministry occurs when churches start recognizing that not everyone worships or connects with God and is for the tactile learners who pray through sculpture or collage. She points out that camp ministry is about arts and crafts that tie into the curriculum, engage worship and build Christian community. She cites finger painting as one unique form of arts ministry.


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