Morgan Swartzentruber "Lessons From Winter"


Our Worship & Creative Arts Department is excited to announce the launch of seasonal art exhibits highlighting and celebrating Grace Center’s visual artists and their work. Join us as we partner with God in cultivating community around the arts and encouraging creativity within our community. You are invited to our inaugural exhibition, Lessons From Winter, featuring artist Morgan Swartzentruber.

There will be an opening reception between services in the cafe on Sunday, April 15. Light refreshments will be served. and the exhibition will run through July.

Lessons From Winter 


"Lessons from Winter is a body of work I’ve been working on in response to a journey the Lord has been taking me on the past 4-5 months. He’s been turning everything I thought about winter on its head, and redefining what being in a winter season can look like. That it’s possible to thrive when everything around you seems to be lifeless, dark, and cold. That there is immense beauty to be found in these seemingly “dead” seasons. And to embrace the season I’m in, extracting every possible lesson and blessing from it in the process."

- Morgan Swartzentruber

About the Artist


Abstract oil painter and native Tennessean Morgan Swartzentruber primarily uses neutral tones and inspiration drawn from previous travels, light, nature and the changing of seasons to create artwork that moves, inspires, and invites. Morgan has served as a painter on the worship team at Grace Center for three years. Her artwork can be found hanging in homes and businesses from coast to coast. Morgan and her husband, Trenton, live in Nashville, TN. 

Call for Entries!

We are accepting submissions for future solo and group curated exhibitions! If you would like to submit your work for consideration by our Creative Arts Department, click the button below to fill out our submission form.