Liturgy, creativity and inclusion
08/02/2020, 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Explore how to make the most of the flexibility within Common Worship to include everyone in our churches. This event covers both general principles and specific needs, with an overall focus on how to create worship which includes all members of our communities. We expect this event to be of particular interest to any, ordained or lay, who are preparing and leading worship.
We will spend the morning with Mark Earey, liturgy tutor at Queen’s College, considering general principles of creative worship. In the afternoon there will be workshop choices in order to go into more depth on particular issues around inclusion. Afternoon workshops will address the following aspects of inclusion: mental health; physical disability; autism and ADHD; multicultural; intergenerational; unchurched; dementia; and learning difficulties.
Participants will be able to choose two workshops to attend, and will have information in a delegates pack from all workshops so will take away information concerning all eight.
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