That must have been beyond cool. You think we can have something like that for the adults who have forgotten what it's all about? I'd vote for it in a flash.
Sage, the easiest way is to become a youth leader and get your kids there! :)
Ah, smells and bells! Beautiful. My pastor says, “everything teaches.” I’ve come to love the Lutheran Mass with all it’s rich symbols. The icons, vestments, incense, chant, architecture, stain glass, gestures, sacred vessels, candles and the like engages all of the senses and gives us a taste of our heavenly home.
No bells. :( But it was amazing how the ballroom was transformed by the worship. The crucifixes do an amazing job - as do the banners.
Sage, If you can't lead a group of kids,(it's a grueling job and I'm past it) there is "HT for a Day" for unattached-to-groups adults.Four of us did that in San Antonio and it was a wonderful experience!If an HT is anywhere near you, arrange to do it.
AND if you do, Sage, let me know and we'll do dinner. I'll never forget the joy of meeting my dear Helen!!!
P.S. "Sage", if you can handle four days of early mornings and late nights with a lot of physical and mental activity the whole time, by all means, find a group of kids to chaperone!My pleasure and privilege to hear you in the day, and visit with you and Cindi in the evening, Pastor!
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