“If all of life is going to be worship, the sanctuary is the place where we learn how.”
–James K.A. Smith
How might we design Sunday morning worship that speaks to Monday morning work?
Throughout the workday, workers’ hearts are pulled in countless directions. Will they find their identity and satisfaction in a recent promotion? Or compromise their integrity to get ahead?
Workplace tensions form and deform our souls, so how can churches help shape members for and through their work? Could Sunday worship be more than an escape from the daily grind?
Pastors, worship leaders, and church staff are invited to join Denver Institute for Faith & Work and Dr. Matthew Kaemingk, author of Work and Worship: Reconnecting Labor and Liturgy, for a practical workshop exploring forms of worship that engage work and workers in a divine dialogue. As we explore Scripture and diverse traditions throughout church history, Matt will help teach ministry leaders how to craft services that give your members the space and time, the language and practices, to offer their whole lives and work to God.
This event is free, but space is limited; advanced registration is required.
We will follow the latest recommended COVID guidance for small gatherings.