Sun, Oct 29, 2017 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
Exploring Soulful Sundowns
and Participatory Worship
Worship works best when it engages us, calls us into the moment, and connects us to something bigger than just ourselves. This can be the Mystery, our human community, the rhythms of the wider natural world we inhabit, the creative spark in art or music, or any of the infinite strands of the interconnected web of existence that resonates with us.
As Unitarians, we recognize that worship need not follow only one shape or structure, especially in our personal practices. But how do we translate this diversity into our communal worship?
Come explore the possibilities of participatory worship as we talk about Soulful Sundown services and creative ways to seek together joyfully in worship.