Are you ready to go deeper?
We live in a world that is running on sensory overload. It seems like there’s always something else to do, another task to accomplish or spectacle to be witnessed. But what would it be like to just stop and breathe? What would we find there, in the silence?
In such a noisy society, the practice of Quaker worship is subversive. In a culture of workaholism, our faith can easily become just another project that we work on. But what if the spiritual life plays by different rules?
Quaker worship offers a doorway into a more centered, grounded, Spirit-led experience.
The Quaker practice of contemplative worship is not limited to official meetings on Sunday morning. This shared experience of spiritual power can take place anytime, anywhere, with anyone who is ready to seek God’s presence with a group of like-hearted friends. For where two or three are gathered in my name, there I am in the midst of them.
Do you desire to know God in an experiential way, to feel the Spirit’s power moving in your life? Quaker worship can help.
You don’t need to be a Quaker to do Quaker worship. You don’t even need to be a religious person. Quaker worship is useful for people in every stage of the spiritual journey. If your heart is open to what God might show you and how God might change you, that’s more than enough to get started.
A Guide to Quaker Worship explains in simple, everyday language exactly how this traditional form of shared contemplative worship works. After reading it, you and a few friends can try Quaker worship for yourselves.
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