“All the arts come from God and are to be respected as divine inventions”

― John Calvin

Music

A traditional chancel choir, Ringers of the Kirk, piano and organ grace our service at 9:30am, while a contemporary band adds the notes of worship at our 11:30am-ish Upstream service

Liturgical Arts


In addition to being blessed with musical gifts, our congregation is blessed with a wide variety of artistic gifts.  Our liturgical art often reflects a season such as Adsvent or Lent, and often reflects a theme or church-wide focus.

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2021 Aurelius Road, Holt, Michigan 48842
517.694.8151 

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Bridging the Racial Divide Masks

Led by artist Steve Prince, FPC-Holt and the Lansing Church of God in Christ (LCOGIC) met for several sessions in 2018/2019 to create plaster casts of each other's faces and painting them. The resulting collection of over 100 masks is part of the larger art piece produced on Pentecost 2019. The entire initiative, "Bridging the Racial Divide Through Worship and the Arts," was funded by a grant from the Calvin Institute of Worship.