Sit. Kneel. Stand.

Rev. Cliff WarnerCliffNotes

In worship each Sunday we sit, kneel, stand, raise our hands, cross ourselves, walk together to the front, taste and smell (no, I’m not talking about the bagels and coffee, beloved as they are). Our worship is not just intellectual and emotional, but also physical, culminating in Holy Communion, which ties it all together.

This Sunday morning David Taylor will be with us preaching on the role of our bodies in corporate (and corporeal) worship. This is a great opportunity to better understand Anglican liturgy and worship, why we do what we do each Sunday.

It’s not too late to register also for what I can assure you will be outstanding teaching and conversation with David on the arts, beauty and the Christian life. Write Jan Duncan now to reserve your spot for Saturday morning and/or Sunday evening. See details below.