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Reimagining Church: Rethinking Worship

Visioning a future church for the now; creating communities centered on Christ, cosmic good, and conscientious living.


A Sanctified Art provides liturgical elements informed by and incorporating progressive theology, expansive imagery, and beautiful and diverse forms of art to encourage engagement in worship.

The Plural Guild creates unique liturgies and music specific to the times and contexts in which we live. They also offer amazing workshops for leaders and whole congregations, when you're ready to revamp your whole worship experience.

Create excellent music and liturgical resources for worship online or in-person, including Pandemic Resources and Lament Together, among others.


Staying Awake: The Gospel for Changemakers


How to Do Hybrid Church is a recurring 3-week cohort available through Faith/Lead / Convergence

Blogs, Podcasts, & Articles

In Searching for Why, Rev. Natalia Terfa asserts that, "the spirit is calling us forward. Into something new", and encourages us to 'have the imagination to clear our minds of the what and the how and search for our "why"?'


MennoMedia's Ex. Dir. Amy Gingerich, reflects on discussions with pastors about the post-COVID church:

...None of us brought rose-colored glasses about future church life. We know that COVID has and will continue to bring enormous change to the church and society. You can’t just not worship in person for 12 months or more and then try to push your congregation back to the way things were. That is worshipping a false god.

People have changed. The church has changed.

...I heard... humbleness around the unknown...[and] generative ideas for building new kinds of congregational life. My encouragement for this week for church leaders is to reach out to other church leaders. Share ideas, collaborate on ministries (even worship), invite God to dream with you about the future.