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Dance and Worship Arts


"We believe that we were created to worship God in Spirit and in Truth.

The truth is that God is a loving God who desires to have an intimate relationship with us. We believe that we are called to love God with all our heart, soul, strength, and mind. The language of dance and flagging is an outward expression of this inward relationship with God. 

There is a freedom that is released as we worship God with all that is within us. The Hebrew word “Nathar” is used in scripture, which means to loose, and to set free. The Greek word “Agalliasis” found in the new testament means to rejoice and to leap. Oh, how very much we have to rejoice about as we get to know God deeper!

There are many opportunities to experience this, from Sunday mornings to Tuesday, Thursday and Friday mornings from 7:30 -9:00 at a worship and prayer time. There are also also periodic extended worship evenings where 2 – 4 hours are given to worship freely. You can also inquire about opportunities for mentorship and instruction in this area of dance and flagging."

- Ruth Braun
Dance, Flagging and Worship Arts Coordinator