The Richard and Helen DeVos Center for Arts and Worship is a proud facility of the Grand Rapids Christian Schools and is located on the campus of Grand Rapids Christian High School.
The Richard and Helen DeVos Center for Arts and Worship fulfills a long-held vision for the Grand Rapids Christian Schools - a vision of a state-of-the-art facility where students can develop and express their artistic talents and gather in collective worship.
The Center for Arts and Worship is intended not only to serve the 3,000 students of the Grand Rapids Christian Schools; but also to be a place for the community to come together for performance and worship.
Site constraints and a desire for intimacy dictated the unique configuration of the Center for Arts and Worship. The 1,205-seat auditorium features an internal bowl, which can accommodate smaller groups on the main floor. The Mezzanine and Balcony levels bring the audience close to performances. The 5,045-square-foot stage has been constructed of resilient wood flooring, with a hydraulic orchestra pit lift and a fully rigged fly loft. Backstage support includes a scene shop, costume storage and a make-up application area.
The DeVos Center for Arts and Worship is also home to the Gerbens Art Loggia. The Gerbens Art Loggia offers several art exhibits throughout the year, and is open free to the public daily Monday through Friday, 9:00am - 3:00pm, and during all performances at the DeVos Center for Arts and Worship.
Visit dcaw.org for more information on the DeVos Center for Arts and worship as well as performance schedules.