Deconstruct/Reconstruct Bible Study
the second Sunday of the month, times and locations vary by season
Exploring worship with CSP
As a community in formation, we are trying different things over the next few months as we figure out what works best for us as a community. All of these gatherings will include prayer, scripture, reflection time, song, and communion and follow ancient patterns of worship with modern elements. It will be Christian, but also a bit expansive with some elements that are broader than Christian worship tends to be.
Below are the opportunities for fall into winter.
Septembter 10 & October 8
French Borad River Park, 6pm
Worship together in God's creation! We will gather around an hour and a half before sunset at a local park to worship together. These services will be both structured and spontaneous, with a focus on creation.
More info & sign up here:
The Beauty of the Darkness
November 12 & December 10
As we move into winter and the season of Advent, we will spend time dwelling in the beauty and mystery of darkness. Think goth worship: candlelight, incense, chanting and Taizé hymns with prayers and readings that help us dwell in darkness. Location TBA.
Evangelical Lutheran Church in America ELCA Liberation Affirming LGBTQIA+ Queer Theology Christian Christianity
Evangelical Lutheran Church in America ELCA Exvangelical LGBTQIA+ Christian Spirituality
In worship, we gather to praise, to lament, to encourage, to challenge, to soothe, and to heal. You don't have to be Christian to join us, and we're not going to try to change you. If you're longing for community, connection and collective liberation, you are welcome here.
We gather for connection
We gather to connect with our creator, our ancestors, community, creation and ourselves. We do this in ways that are rooted in ancient patterns and practices, expressed through words, music, and actions that reflect who we are as a community right now.
We do all this through story, music, art, prayer
We gather to praise, to lament, to encourage, to challenge, to soothe, and to heal.