Donald C. Bell Adult Education Fund

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Art & Music

Artistry in many forms has long been an integral part of Westwood’s worship. We are blessed to have several funds that support music and art. The Ronald D Nelson fund allows for us to put on unique musical events that include many of our members, and members of our community. The Ralph and Dee Martinson fund helps us to purchase and maintain Christian art. These pieces are used to give members and others an appreciation of Christian art and to tell the story of our faith.

The Music Program Fund

This fund was originally established in 1973 with memorial money given in honor of Lorraine Langemo, Westwood's first organist. The primary purpose of this fund is to provide resources for the use and enhancement of music as a worship medium, including the use of paid special musicians for festival services, purchase or rental of special music for worship and festival purposes, and perhaps rental of certain instruments or equipment.

Prazak Visiting Scholar Fund

This fund was established in 1992 upon the death of Dr. Donald C. Bell, a prominent member of Westwood, founding member and past President of the foundation. Dr. Bell was instrumental in guiding the Foundation and actively promoting its objectives. He was also an ardent believer in the need for continuing adult Christian education at Westwood. Grants from this fund finance special adult education features at Westwood, such as The Bell Memorial Lecture Series, which is particularly oriented toward the use of Luther Seminary professors to bring high-quality theological teaching to Westwood members.