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Worship: The Heart of Our Shared Experience
The heart of our life as Friends is the experience of shared worship. In worship, we can experience God's presence in a way that draws us closer into relationship with each other and informs our daily lives.
In the video below, Friends from meetings across New England describe the experience of deep worship as well as the practice of having "care of meeting". Tips and reflections are given about cultivating powerful vocal ministry, supporting the experience of each worshipper, and the way that our individual spiritual practices enrich worship for all.
This handout is a three-page summary of William Taber's pamphlet "The Four Doors to Worship", which explains the process of entering into waiting worship
This five-page handout gives suggestions for local Quaker meetings, churches, and worship groups seeking to offer opportunities for worship for the wider community during turbulent times or after tragedy
Based on observations from our recent Vibrant Meetings Project, this two-page handout briefly explains best practices related to the work of local meeting's Ministry & Counsel
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