Lutheran Fine Art Center
Closed. Open by appointment only.
History of the Center
The Lutheran Fine Art Center was founded in 1968 by an anonymous donor who left funds in a trust for the purpose of awakening persons to the importance of fine art in their religious lives. The Center is charged with providing enrichment in the fields of art, music, and drama, thereby deepening the commitment to Christian faith.
Since 1968 other anonymous donors have assured the continuing financial support of the Center.
To awaken persons to the importance of music, art, and drama in their Christian experience and to deepen the Christian faith of their families and fellow church members.
Members of Saint Mark Lutheran Church serve without remuneration on one of three committees: art, music or drama.
Library loans are available at no cost as an ecumenical outreach to churches within a 100-mile radius.
Lutheran Fine Art Center of the Greater Salem area is a non-profit, philanthropic organization.