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    • Young People Don’t Sing Paul Tilley
    • Introduction
      • Worship without singing: can we have?
      • experimenting with ‘alternative’ worship and prayer
      • What are your experiences with non-sung worship?
    • Agenda
      • Stations
      • Labyrinths
      • PowerPoint’s/flash
      • Meditations
    • Overview
      • Why use Alt worship?
        • No agenda
        • searcher friendly
        • Meets us were we are at
        • Holistic
    • Experiment Holistic experience
    • Stations
      • Comes from the RC stations of the cross idea
      • Fruit of the Spirit
    • Labyrinths
      • In March 2000, a labyrinth was set up in St Paul’s Cathedral, London for one week. Described on the advertising flyer as ‘an interactive installation for spiritual journeys’ , it consisted of a pathway mapped on the ground for the participants to follow. En route there were various stations at which the participant paused to listen to a track of music and a meditation on a Discman and participate in some symbolic or ritual action. The labyrinth incorporated a mix of items recognisably within the tradition of Christian worship, things used in everyday life and current technology. It was designed and constructed by various ‘alternative worship’ groups in London as a special millennium celebration and outreach event.
    •  
    • Labyrinths
      • Labyrinths were a feature of many medieval cathedrals.
      • One of the best remaining examples is found in Chartres Cathedral in Northern France .
      • Many medieval churches have a labyrinth in the nave floor, signifying pilgrimage towards Jerusalem in this world and the road to Salvation in the next world.
    • Chartres Cathedral Northern France
    • PowerPoint & Flash
      • Vjing
    • Worship Space Think
      • Pick a word
      • Think
        • Eyes | Ears | Mouth | nose | Feels
        • Space
        • Lights
        • Seating/standing positions
    • Meditations
      • Lectio Divina (Holy Reading)
      • Narrative Meditations
        • ‘ An ancient way of deepening friendship with God by listening for his living voice addressed to us in Scripture and responding to him in prayer’
        • Benedictine monks
    • Young People Don’t Sing Paul Tilley
    •  
    • Where to Get More Information
      • Networks & portals
      • Emergent | US networking centre for post-modern Christianity
      • Emerging Women Leaders | US networking centre for women in the emerging church
      • Fresh Expressions | Church of England network and information site for new forms of church in England
      • Futurechurch | New Zealand-based portal for 'emerging forms of spiritual community'
      • Organic Church | UK network for emerging church leaders
      • Magazines
      • Changing monthly content by more than one author - articles, reviews etc
      • Catapult
      • Emergingchurch .info
      • Next Wave
      • Precipice Magazine
      • Seven Magazine
      • The Ooze
      • Publications
      • Encounters on the Edge | Church Army publications exploring new forms of Christian expression in England
    • Where to Get More Information
      • Photographic
      • Small Fire | A photographic archive of Alternative Worship events with links
      • Festivals
      • Greenbelt | UK festival of Christianity, the arts and social justice with year-round community and magazine site
      • Groups
      • Vaux Greyspace | Polemical writing by Vaux
      • Personal sites
      • [that aren't primarily or solely blogs]
      • Emerging Church | Postmodernity, the Church and Generation X, by Karen Ward
      • emergingminister .com | Greg Adkins - worship ideas, graphics, music, video, reviews...
      • FutureChurch | Postmodernity, the Church and the arts, by Tom Hohstadt
      • Ginkworld | US networking centre for post-modern Christians, by John O'Keefe
      • Sacramentis | Sally Morgenthaler's site - her writing and photography, plus links for resources
      • Small Ritual | Creative thinking about expressions of church by Steve Collins
      • Stumbling Home | Australian stories of God, collected by Dwayne Hickman
      • The Little Black virtual Book With Red Ends | Animated parables 'n' stuff by Andrew Lorien
      • Worship Cafe | Theory, ideas and images by Edward Green
    • Where to Get More Information
      • Online worship
      • These sites offer an on-screen experience of worship, meditation or prayer.
      • The Cube | Interactive animated worship cube based on colour symbolism
      • Embody | Interactive multimedia meditations, rituals and games
      • Holyspace | Interactive multimedia meditations, rituals and games
      • Labyrinth | Interactive ritual journey based on the Labyrinth installation
      • Vurch | Interactive prayer
      • Books
      • Books about alternative worship & the emerging church
      • Alternative Worship | A resource book & CD-ROM with theoretical and contextual essays about alternative worship Jonny Baker & Doug Gay with Jenny Brown | SPCK | ISBN 0-281-05396-0
      • Alternative Worship | US edition with new foreword by Sally Morgenthaler Jonny Baker & Doug Gay with Jenny Brown | Baker | ISBN 0-8010-9170-5
      • Alternative Worship in the Church of England | Alternative Worship theology and practice in the Church of England Paul Roberts | Grove Books | ISBN 1-85174-415-0
      • The Emerging Church | Postmodern church explained for the mainstream US context Dan Kimball | Zondervan | ISBN 0-310-24564-8
      • Emerging Churches | In-depth analysis of the missonal theology and praxis of US/UK emerging churches, based on wide-ranging interviews Eddie Gibbs & Ryan K Bolger | Baker Academic | ISBN 0-8010-2715-2
      • Emerging Worship | Creating worship gatherings for new generations Dan Kimball | Zondervan | ISBN 0-310-25644-5
      • How [not] to speak of God | From right belief to believing in the right way: an a/theology for the emerging church. Illustrated through 10 transcripts of Ikon services Peter Rollins | SPCK | ISBN 0-281-05798-2
      • The Out of Bounds Church? | DJs, cybermonks and tour guides - the emerging church around the globe Steve Taylor | Zondervan | ISBN 0-310-25904-5
      • The Prodigal Project | The theory and practice of Alternative Worship, from its most famous Australasian practitioners. Includes case studies and multimedia CD-ROM Mike Riddell, Mark Pierson, Cathy Kirkpatrick | SPCK | ISBN 0-281-05250-6
      • Reimagining Spiritual Formation | A week in the life of an experimental church Doug Pagitt | Emergent-YS | ISBN 0-310-25687-9
      • The Rise and Fall of the Nine O'clock Service | How a famous experiment went tragically wrong Roland Howard | Mowbray | ISBN 0-264-67419-7
      • Refreshing Worship | An accessible guide to the whys and hows of Alternative Worship, from the originators of Labyrinth Kevin & Brian Draper | Bible Reading Fellowship | ISBN 1-84101-146-0
    • Where to Get More Information
      • Resources
      • Alternative Worship | The widest collection yet of new worship material, from many of alt.worship's most creative groups and individuals. Includes multimedia resources on CD-ROM, and background essays to give context Jonny Baker & Doug Gay with Jenny Brown | SPCK | ISBN 0-281-05396-0
      • Alternative Worship | US edition with new foreword by Sally Morgenthaler Jonny Baker & Doug Gay with Jenny Brown | Baker | ISBN 0-8010-9170-5
      • Multi-Sensory Church | Ready-to-use ideas for creative worship using, art, liturgies, rituals Sue Wallace | Scripture Union | ISBN 1-85999-667-1
      • Multi-Sensory Prayer | Creative prayer ideas using, art, the body, the senses Sue Wallace | Scripture Union | ISBN 1-85999-465-2
      • The Prodigal Project | The theory and practice of Alternative Worship, from its most famous Australasian practitioners. Includes case studies and multimedia CD-ROM Mike Riddell, Mark Pierson, Cathy Kirkpatrick | SPCK | ISBN 0-281-05250-6
      • Soul Shaper | Exploring spirituality & contemplative practices in youth ministry Tony Jones | Zondervan | ISBN 0-310-25101-X
      • Tune In Chill Out | Using contemplative prayer in youthwork. Includes multimedia CD-ROM. Jenny Baker & Moya Ratnayake | Christian Education Publications | ISBN 1-904024-60-2