Come plan (with other planners!) your Advent and Christmas worship services.
Recording available from this roundtable conversation on 9/8/2022
The faith practice of wonder helps us glimpse with surprise just how creative, faithful, good, big, and present God is.
The faith practice of remembering centers our attention on what God has done in our lives, deepening our assurance that God is with us here and now, and expanding our hope for what God will yet do.
Service is a response to God’s love for us in Jesus Christ that teaches us to live like Jesus through specific, tangible actions that contribute to the dignity and well-being of the people we serve.
Here are some practical ideas on how to incorporate listening into worship.
Through the faith practice of celebrating we delight in circumstances, relationships, and occasions that help us remember and anticipate God's abundant goodness, creativity, faithfulness, beauty, and love.
Connections Church in Denver invites you to engage in a Lent of creativity and wonder.
Listen in on this conversation on reconciliation with Rev. George DeVuyst and Rev. Joseph Nyamutera, hosted by Rev. Joy Englesman.
Planning for Lent? Worship leaders share creative and practical ideas.
Worship planning folks share how they are preparing for worship challenges in these challenging times.
On November 7, Shawnee Park in Grand Rapids, MI, held a late afternoon worship service to grieve the many deaths and losses in the past 18 months.
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