Faith Formation and Worship: A Worship Historian's View from the "End of the World"
Worship is a formative practice: through active engagement in liturgy, Christians are formed in a particular understanding of God, of others, and of themselves, and of what it means to live a Christian life in this world.
Someday, historians may look at materials from your church (or this grants program!) and ponder the impact of the choices we are making today. While we can't know what will stand out to them, we can gain healthy perspective by looking with empathy across time and space to learn from the experiences of others. In this session, we traveled back in time about 100 years ans in space to the beautiful land of Argentina.
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