The aspect of Worship in the church setting is often misunderstood. As a result, the activity that takes place in a sanctuary can sometimes be off the mark. When the sovereign being--the object of worship--is God, the Creator, we should assume that he has given his followers an ability to be creative. And what better place to create than the sanctuary where believers hope to invite the presence of their Creator? This work attempts to do two major things: teach the meaning of true worship and provide inspiration for creating many forms for worshipping God. In the process, worshippers receive revelation kwlege from God. The worship of God involves both adoring Him and drawing others into His presence. Visual, dramatic, musical, and kinetic arts create that space, t only drawing Him but speaking through believers to other believers for edification. The worship experience becomes an interactive and profound meeting between the Divine and man. This text serves as a training manual of sorts to encourage others to use their creative gifts and talents to get further into true worship and to bring others into the Father's presence. This volume is the black and white edition. Color prints of paintings are on my web site www.dellbelew.com.