Sunday, May 25, 2014

"What I believe and practice as part of my faith stems from the foundation of expectant worship. On Sundays, I sit with my meeting members in silence, enter into our hearts, and commune with the divine. We hope that in that time together, we will feel the presence of God moving through us and feel transformed. Sometimes, a person will feel compelled by a powerful need to stand and speak a particular message. Other times, the hour we spend is completely silent.  This form of worship helps us to recognize the spark of the divine in every person, every individual’s inherent worth and equality. Even though we all have different gifts and are given different opportunities in life, we are all a unique representation of the power and creativity of God."



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