Experimental Worship

Start Date
25th October 2017 6:15 pm
End Date
27th October 2017 2:00 pm


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How many ways are there of doing Quaker worship? This course will ask how we can enrich and expand our worship in ways that are in keeping with the Quaker tradition. We will take risks with song, images and words, finding new ways to hear the voice of the Spirit in our midst. Participants will receive a copy of Terry’s book _Consider The Rock_ which will serve as a starting point for our reflections.

Terry Hobday has been facilitating experimental worship for over twenty years, developing a contemporary approach to semi-programmed worship. Her interests include the literary and musical aspects of sharing the Quaker experience, the Bible, early Quakerism and depth psychology. Terry was the recipient of one of the first Joseph Rowntree Quaker Fellowships and travelled throughout the USA, Kenya and BYM encountering a variety of Quaker expressions.
Mark Russ is Woodbrooke’s Nurturing Friends and Meetings Tutor. His interests include music and worship, the Bible and intentional community. In the summer of 2014 Mark spend time travelling among Quakers in the USA, experiencing many different forms of Quaker worship. He finds the idea that there are many ways of being Quaker incredibly exciting.

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