Worship is a natural human response to God — we bring all that we are into God’s presence, in the presence of others, to give thanks, to hear the story of God’s people, and to make sense of our own lives as part of God’s story of love and creativity in the world.

Worship invites us to shape our lives by deliberate patterns:  we make the journey each year through the seasons of Advent, Christmas, Epiphany, Lent, Easter, Pentecost, and the long green growing seasons of ‘Ordinary Time’. A regular pattern of worship is a way of making space for God and giving ourselves space to rest, pray, heal and grow.

Sometimes worship gives us a glimpse of a world transformed by beauty and wonder.  And sometimes, it reminds us that God was not afraid to come to us in human form and deal with the mess of the stable.  It can be glorious, and it can be hard — but we trust that God is with us, and that we are changed by our choice to come into God’s presence and align ourselves with God’s love whatever form our worship takes.

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