Wednesday, April 21, 2004

textures of worship

How much of our worship is flat walled and mono-coloured?
What would it mean to create textured worship, multiple layers, unexpected swirls, differently weaved and woven patterns.

Posted by steve at 09:45 PM


  1. Blog Strolling

    Tonight I just took a little virtual stroll around some of my favorite emerging church blogs to see what was being discussed and here is some of the more stimulating stuff I found… Alan Creech is blogging about liturgy as…

    Comment by LivingRoom >> A space for Life — April 22, 2004 @ 1:08 am

  2. i think it enriches us to no end to find worship opportunities in the entire world instead of trying to box God into our church buildings, or even the pages of our sacred texts. God continually catches my attention via secular music and art, cloud formations, the diversity of leaves, the birds outside my bedroom window. Through these things, He inspires me to worship Him. The God who made all of the creation we inhabit is clearly NOT flat-walled or monochromatic… He’s vibrant and He has no limits 🙂

    Comment by kelli — April 23, 2004 @ 9:16 am

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