Last weekend we helped to run an inter-church youth event focussing on prayer. As part of this we set up several prayer activities in the hall and the church but also created a kind of ‘pop-up’ Labyrinth for a small … Continue reading
I loved this from Joe Knight, reflecting on the life of the community he is part of in Gloucester. May I be quick to bless And slow to hurt Quick to build up And slow to injure Quick to listen … Continue reading
On Saturday 170 drummers, percussionists and dancers gathered for Heart to Drum 2010, a day of inspiring input and workshops from some top musicians, organised by Colchester Psalm Drummers and held at Kingsland Church. The programme for the day included … Continue reading
A session plan for an alternative worship experience using the concept of a labyrinth, by Jon Jolly, inspired by labyrinth.org.uk Great stuff, and very effective.
On Monday night Godfrey Birtill was in Colchester leading worship and teaching as part of a weekly training evening called “Levites” run throughout June by Kingsland Church. Godfrey has a distinctive worship style that, it would be fair to say, … Continue reading
On Tuesday I was taking part in a Chelmsford Diocesan Youth Leaders day hosted by our three lovely youth advisers, Andy, Alice and Rachel. As well as being there as a youth worker I was also co-leading an afternoon session … Continue reading
I was greatly inspired by David Keen’s post on Fresh Expressions of Bookshop which cites an article by George Lings of Church Army. George has written about the 7 sacred spaces (Word Doc download) found within ‘new’ and old monasticism … Continue reading