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Christ-Focused

In him you have brought us out of error into truth, out of sin into righteousness, out of death into life” (Book of Common Prayer, p. 368). 

 
As Episcopalians, we are followers of Jesus Christ, and both our worship and our mission are in Christ’s name. In Jesus, we find that the nature of God is love, and through baptism, we share in his victory over sin and death.  
 
Gallery: "Faces of Christ" in collaboration with ECVA.org
 
 

 

  • Marc Chagall: Stained Glass Window

    Marc Chagall: Stained Glass Window

    Chagall, a Russian Jew by birth, designed this window for All Saints, Tudeley in Kent (www.tudeley.org/chagall.html).From Fr. James B. Simpson and George H. Eatman's A Treasury of Anglican Art (New York: Rizzoli, 2002). Courtesy of Mr. Eatman.

  • Jane Tancredi "The Baptism"

    Jane Tancredi "The Baptism"

    Tancredi is a contemporary icon writer who worships at All Saints Episcopal Church in Omaha, Nebraska.Used with the artist's permission.

  • John Granville: "Gregory Still Doubting"

    John Granville: "Gregory Still Doubting"

    Gregory emulates the style of Caravaggio, using contemporary and realistic figures to show the story of Thomas encountering the Risen Christ.From Fr. James B. Simpson and George H. Eatman's A Treasury of Anglican Art (New York: Rizzoli, 2002). Courtesy of Mr. Eatman.

  • Pietro della Vedova "Madonna and Child"

    Pietro della Vedova "Madonna and Child"

    This painting (ca. 1885) is from Bethesda-by-the-Sea, Palm Beach, Florida.From Fr. James B. Simpson and George H. Eatman's A Treasury of Anglican Art (New York: Rizzoli, 2002). Courtesy of Mr. Eatman.

  • Chinese Artist "Christ Entering Jerusalem on Palm Sunday"

    Chinese Artist "Christ Entering Jerusalem on Palm Sunday"

    This painting was first published in 1938, after an exhibition of Christian art at the University of Fu-Jên, Beijing.From The Life of Christ by Chinese Artists (London: SPG, 1938). Courtesy of The United Society for the Propagation of the Gospel (www.uspg.org.uk).

  • Walker Hancock "Majestus"

    Walker Hancock "Majestus"

    Designed by Hancock for the Washington National Cathedral and carved by Roger Morigi from fifteen tons of Texas limestone.From Fr. James B. Simpson and George H. Eatman's A Treasury of Anglican Art (New York: Rizzoli, 2002). Courtesy of Mr. Eatman.

  • Ralph Adams Cram "The Risen Christ in Glory"

    Ralph Adams Cram "The Risen Christ in Glory"

    Designed for Saint James at Madison Avenue and 71st Street in New York.From Fr. James B. Simpson and George H. Eatman's A Treasury of Anglican Art (New York: Rizzoli, 2002). Courtesy of Mr. Eatman.

  • Haitian Artists "Jesus Drives Away the Money Changers"

    Haitian Artists "Jesus Drives Away the Money Changers"

    Haitian artists painted this detail from the reredos at Holy Trinity Cathedral, Port-au-Prince.From Fr. James B. Simpson and George H. Eatman's A Treasury of Anglican Art (New York: Rizzoli, 2002). Courtesy of Mr. Eatman.

  • Paula Wallace "Christ Falls"

    Paula Wallace "Christ Falls"

    The vantage point in this monotype is that of a person in the crowd or a Roman soldier standing above Christ as he falls.Used with the artist's permission.

  • Robert Lentz "The Lion of Judah: The Masai Jesus"

    Robert Lentz "The Lion of Judah: The Masai Jesus"

    The Masai Christ of Africa is portrayed within traditional Greek symbols representing time, eternity, and the four evangelists.Copyright 1988, Br. R. Lentz, OFM. Courtesy of Trinity Stores (www.trinitystores.com).

  • Dorothy Tuma "Sacred Heart"

    Dorothy Tuma "Sacred Heart"

    Tuma takes photographs around the country and lives in Omaha, Nebraska.Used with the artist's permission.

  • Edilberto Merida "Peruvian Crucifix"

    Edilberto Merida "Peruvian Crucifix"

    This wood and clay crucifix invites people who suffer today to identify with Christ’s agony on the cross.Courtesy of the Maryknoll Fathers & Brothers. Included in The Christ We Share study pack available at www.cms-uk.org or www.uspg.org.uk.