Come experience a relaxed, refreshing, and radically-welcoming atmosphere with modern music, a timely message, and communion — followed by dinner (free!) Invite a friend, and pray your way into the weekend with us!
All singers welcome!
With the leadership of Mark Miller,
this pickup choir rehearses from 6 - 7pm and
leads the community in a wide array of
gospel and worship music, hymns,
and global songs.
Imagine Worship is a movement within the Episcopal Church, an inclusive Christian denomination welcoming people of all ages, races, and genders — every nation, station, and orientation — to find faith, belonging, and purpose in Jesus’ way of love.
We gather musicians, clergy, and creatives to make space for immersive, embodied, culturally-connected worship experiences that are grounded in ancient rhythms and attuned to contemporary life.
We embrace popular music styles and technology to facilitate connection in-person and online, emphasizing racial diversity, young voices, and story sharing as essential to the church’s task of building Beloved Community.
We gather in the round. Jesus Christ is at the heart of our common life. His ministry to the oppressed and outcast models for us a life of compassion and grace. His crucifixion and resurrection fill us with courage and hope. His risen life made known to his first followers is revealed here and now as we gather in his name and seek his face in stranger, friend, and foe.
The ancient Hebrew songwriter called on God’s people to “worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness” (Psalm 96:9). What does the “beauty of holiness” look like? Imagine Worship is committed to answering that question through expressions of music, visual art, and spoken word that reflect the diversity of God’s people. As we offer to God our gifts of creativity and imagination, God opens the eyes of our hearts to see the truest beauty that is: the Image of God dwelling in every human.
Over the centuries, the church has played a significant role in the evolution of art, music, and literature. The church reformers of the 15th and 16th centuries embraced the printing press to spread the message of God’s grace in the language of the people. Through art, technology, and digital communications, we seek to do the same.