Trinity Sunday

A Holy Mess

When you hear the word “worship,” what do you think of? Our American Church culture has often reduced worship to a product to consume, but when we look at the Scriptures, we find something far more compelling: a response to the God who is changing us from the inside out.

This past Sunday, Hannah shared a communal prayer entitled “Restoration Statement Of Worship.” This declaration is our shared commitment as we gather together – a commitment to not come to worship as consumers, but as image-bearers united in our common pursuit of Jesus. You can find a copy of this Restoration Statement Of Worship

1. Read Isaiah 6:1-8 together. What strikes you about this passage? How is Isaiah’s response to God a framework for how we might encounter God in worship?

2. Worship is not an experience we consume, but rather an active response to a God who is present and at work among us. If this is true, how might we prepare to gather on Sundays not as consumers, but as active participants in the presence of God?

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