Conversation, questions, worship, Eucharist, and voices emerging from people on the street – The day was filled with conversation, questions, emerging worship, music and the stories of how an emerging church in Seattle came to be and how it functions in its context: as a friend to the world, as the light of Christ in the world, as a listening, ministering, ancient-future community of the living Jesus in the world. Download Demery Bader-Saye's take on it below.
U2charist offers spirituality with contemporary twist... at Test Pattern in downtown Scranton on Oct. 28 at 8 p.m. at the gallery, 334 Adams Ave.
A growing trend among some Protestant denominations, a U2charist blends contemporary music and culture with Christian worship. Incorporating traditional liturgical elements primarily from the Episcopal Church, the service will be marked by songs by the acclaimed band in place of traditional hymns. Coordinating the event is Peacemeal, a group of about 15 area residents who identify themselves with the “emerging church,” a grass-roots network of progressive evangelicals who are advocating for new modes of worship and daily living as Christians. Download the Scranton Times-Tribune story below.
A new movement called the emerging church is making a major impact on the landscape of North Amerircan Christianity and around the world. Find out about it at Emerging Church Learning Party: Resources for Outreach, Worship and Spiritual Formation in Today's Culture at St. Stephen's Pro-Cathedral, Saturday, September 16.
The event will be led by Karen Ward, abbess of Church of the Apostles, Seattle, a leading edge, mainline (Episcopal/Lutheran) emerging congregation.
Sponsored by Church of the Apostles, Praxis Center in partnership with Peacemeal and the Diocese of Bethlehem.
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