The Center for Christianity, Culture and the Arts (CCCA) is a significant transdisciplinary resource for thoughtful consideration of and critical engagement with our culture, the arts and Christian faith. The Center was established to explore the human condition, promote productive flourishing, foster deeply Christian responses and bring honor to God, all from artistic perspectives.
Recognizing that the arts speak to and of the human condition, the CCCA aims to create opportunities for thoughtful reflection on the interplay of Christian faith, the larger culture and the world of the arts. Reflecting on the significant role the arts have played throughout the rich history of Christianity, the Center seeks through various events, publications and partnerships to contribute to its continued promise in the 21st century. The Center fosters meaningful appreciation for, fruitful conversation about, and imaginative expression of thoughtful creations of art that speaks truth about ourselves and God’s world.