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“Who is God?” Exhibition

April 21, 2019 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm

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An event every week that begins at 10:00am on Sunday, repeating until April 28, 2019


Twenty-two high school artists from five local schools and representing eighteen churches will answer the question “Who is God?” in a collaborative exhibit on display at Hope Lutheran Church, 5728 Cedar Avenue South, Minneapolis, throughout April 2019.

The exhibit features artwork that visually reflects students’ thoughts and feelings on the question “Who Is God?”. Accompanying each piece of art are the students’ personal faith statements reflecting their answers and the creative process they used to the produce their art.

“We look forward to sharing this art with the community,” says Eric Luedtke, pastor of Hope Lutheran Church. “’Who is God?’ is a question that is on the hearts and minds of many of us as culture shifts and the religious landscape transforms. These students dare to offer an answer using the gift of art.”

Hope Lutheran Church, with landmark bell tower northwest of Hwy 62 and Cedar Avenue, is one of several Twin Cities area stops for the exhibit sponsored by local non-profit, Great Commission Artists. “Many people know our building because they drive by it on Cedar Avenue or the crosstown – others fly over it all the time,” quips Luedtke. “This exhibit invites them inside the Ralph Rapson designed building, which lends itself perfectly to art exhibits such as this.”

The display will be presented in the lower hall of Hope Lutheran Church on Sundays in April from 10am to 1pm. Free parking is available in the parking lot between Hope and the iconic 5-8 Club. The lower hall is accessible by an elevator off the parking lot.


April 21, 2019
10:00 am - 1:00 pm


Hope Lutheran Church
5728 Cedar Ave.,
Minneapolis, MN 55417 United States
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Hope Lutheran Church