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Creative Arts

We are constantly looking at the many ways in which music and creative arts are used as part of our worshipping culture.

Our Assistant Director (Creative Arts), Stephanie Lamplough, was appointed to develop strong links with groups from within The Salvation Army and also the wider Church community that are involved in the more contemporary areas of creative ministry.

Stephanie would like to see resources readily accessible to all, so that Creative Arts can flourish within weekly worship. 

Stephanie is happy to come alongside you to advise or lead sessions in a corps, divisional or territorial setting. You can contact Stephanie at: or on 020 7367 4533.


Artist of the Month

Artist of the month is a new feature for 2018. If you would like to have your artwork featured, contact your regional specialist for more details.

In our first Artist of the Month feature, meet Gill Parish from Sale Corps, who uses Art to draw members of the community to her church, and to focus her own mind during worship.  



Spotlight is a brand new initiative from the Music & Creative Arts team. Please watch the video below to learn more:

January Issue 

Spotlight 3 - Alive - East and West Scotland Summer School Timbrels.  


Dance Fit FM

Dance Fit FM is a dance based exercise class that is set to Christian music. In encourages mission in the community in the form of outreach and also fellowship within established groups. It combines the uplifting experience you get from exercise with worship, in a unique and special way.

Dance Fit FM is already being rolled out in corps and centres across the territory. If you are interested in becoming a leader, contact Stephanie to find out information about our training day in Hendon on 30th September 2017. Due to demand in other areas of the country, more training days will follow. See the video below for more information

An ACT of Worship

An ACT of Worship is a book containing scripts that can be used within corps to enhance worship through drama. The scripts cover various themes and are accessible to all, regardless of age, ability and size of group; there should be something for everyone.
All seven scripts from volume one are available as downloads from the  Music and Creative Arts resource page. If you would like to contribute a script for volume 2 please contact