Wednesday, December 12, 2018

Liturgy

We recommend increasing participation with liturgical worship. For those of us who are not part of liturgical churches, this is a new venture. The reason for this recommendation is that liturgical worship encompasses modes and practices that better promote communion with God. Liturgical worship forces everyone to be a participant instead of mere spectators. Liturgical worship puts the whole body in communion with God by employing all of our senses. Liturgical worship is designed for communities. It focuses on scripture. It is thoughtful and deeply meaningful. It is accessible to all (young and old). There are excellent resources for helping us with this, and this site offers several.

Lent

Lent is the season of preparation for Easter; the greatest of all Christian holidays.

Lent Gathering [Week 4]

Lent Gathering [Week 3]

Lent Gathering [Week 2]

Lent Gathering [Week 1]

Advent

Advent is the season of preparation for Christmas, in which we wait with expectation for the coming of our Lord.

Advent [Week 2]

Advent [Week 1]