The spiritual side of arts will be on display this weekend and early next week in Springfield. It's the 20th year for the Liturgical Arts Festival. It runs May 3-7 with a lineup that includes music, visual arts and more.
It's open to the public. You don't need to be a member of a congregation.
"Most of art history and music comes from the church," said Sally Schaefer, President of the Festival. "Not many years has it been secular focused. At this time, we want to celebrate that rich heritage."