Creative Worship

Creative Worship At St John’s has a Facebook page where the group shares ideas.

Anyone fancy a banner for outside their church building?
Work on the St Johns Pentecost instalation piece is progressing nicely, with a few extras like this too...
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Laying out a plan for the next few Quartz events!

Pentecost Sunday (2nd of June)
New Installation! And origami bird making after the United 10.30 service

Sunday the 23rd of June
#SensingSpirituality walk, discussion, eating

Sunday the 29th of September
Interweave at 7pm at St Johns
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Catching the flames to work out an installation for Pentecost. ... See MoreSee Less

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Graphical communication, the importance of a welcoming message, and mystical symbolism. In a pub sign format. Drop in for some refreshment.Sixty years ago, in 1959, the Representative Church Council approved a suggestion by the then Provost of St. Andrew's Cathedral, Aberdeen - the Rev Paddy Shannon - that the Scottish Episcopal Church should have an identical sign outside each church building. The following year, the Lord Lyon granted Arms to the Church and a design was agreed which included the shields of each of the seven dioceses. The affectionately named "pub signs" of the design are still used today and make each Episcopal church easily recognisable.
Share your pub sign with us!
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Taize service 6pm Sunday 12th May. Come along and be refreshed 🙂 ... See MoreSee Less

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Did you enjoy enjoy the #Lent2019 walks? Or want to experience a #SensingSpirituality quartz walk?

We will meet at St John's at 14.00 this Sunday, go for a walk till 16.00 then do some crafts and eat some food before the Táize service at 18.00
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Canopy of Flames

 

The latest art installation is called a “Canopy of Flames”

In preparation for Pentecost, where we remember the presence of the Holy Spirit. Everyone was encouraged to write on a ribbon to recognise the presence of good and Godly things, thoughts and feelings in their lives. These thoughts were combined to make a “Canopy of Flames” for Pentecost. The flames were then woven with a warp and a ground weft to make a wall hanging where three become one – for Trinity Sunday.

 

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