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At CFW, we believe that the arts are critical to the flourishing of our city. Artists steward the development of a healthy imagination that is crucial to innovation in every sector. There is a sense of awe and wonder when artists create because we experience something integral to our being created in the image of God. Promoting the arts not only leads to the flourishing of the city but helps express 
materially the manifold glory of God.

For this reason, last year we created the CFW Artist-in-Residence program to support local artists through the commissioning of new work. Our spring artists are two choreographers, Miro Magloire and Andrew Nemr. This month, Andrew's commissioned tap dance will be performed at the Tribeca Performing Arts Center. In June, Miro's piece will be performed with New Chamber Ballet at the New York City Center. 

Please join us in supporting our artists in their upcoming performances.



David H. Kim, Executive Director, Center for Faith & Work



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Center for Faith & Work
Redeemer Presbyterian Church
1166 Avenue of the Americas, 16th Floor
New York, NY 10036