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malcolm chamberlain

musings about the emerging church, mission and contemporary culture...

God is at large, intimately involved in his world in ways that the church is maybe just waking up to!

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Friday, August 31, 2007

It's always an encouragement to read a positive independent review of worship that you've been involved in shaping, so thanks Kathryn for your comments about the Greenbelt Dream service - I'm glad that 'A Life More Ordinary' inspired you to engage with God.

Kathryn has also uploaded four photographs from the service as part of her Greenbelt 07 collection on flickr (the picture on the left is one of them), including a great one of our heavenopoly station.

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posted by Malcolm Chamberlain, 2:54 PM

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A friend of mine went with a bit of skepticism and was won over by the way people were getting stuck in. Big cheer to all those who worked to make it work. But, do we want to get into a mindset where we 'review'worship as a product or an experience? It's one of those odd notes that jars a bit when people talk about alt worship.

commented by Anonymous tlr, 12:00 PM  

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