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Contemporary Online Worship Without Walls from CLF

Posted by T. Resnikoff // November 4th 2011 // Events and Opportunities, On Campus, young adults // no comments

by Rev. Eric Hausman

Do you want to worship even when you can’t make it to congregation?

The Church of the Larger Fellowship is piloting online worship services and has begun work on adding a second contemporary service.  We welcome your input in building it, starting with your feedback. Join us for a service (including digital coffee hour), and complete the survey at the end.

Show us what contemporary service means to you

We need you to help provide different pieces of video-recorded material to make this a truly collaborative and sustainable worship experience. Please share with us prayers, songs, UU performance art and whatever else you can imagine that creates meaningful contemporary worship.

The Quest for Meaning Contemporary Online Worship Project of the Church of the Larger Fellowship

Interested in seeing what online worship can be? Inspired by new ways of connecting with others? Join us for a pilot service at http://www.livestream.com/questformeaning/, this Sunday November 6 at 9:00pm (ET).

Rev. Eric Hausman is a Unitarian Universalist minister serving the First Parish Church of Ashby and the Church of the Larger Fellowship.


About the Author

Ted Resnikoff is the Digital Communications Editor at the Unitarian Universalist Association.
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