Adapting QuietChurch to Online Worship During the COVID-19 Pandemic

QuietChurch represents active worship. Growing quiet and focusing on worship takes practice and work. Thus, worshippers at QuietChurch are engaged. Dietrich Bonhoffer notes, “this is why even our silence before God takes practice and work….[silence provides] the presence of Eternity, allow it to speak, question it, and thereby look deep…

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December 2020 QuietChurch Quiet Online Worship Set

QuietChurch plans to host two QuietChurch online quiet worship sessions on Monday, December 7, 2020, at 7:00PM, and Monday, December 21, 2020, at 7:00PM. The worship sessions are online, free, and open to all. Just join us online via Jitsi (a community driven online platform, no annoying registrations…

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Thanksgiving 2020 QuietChurch Online Worship

QuietChurch plans a Thanksgiving-themed, online, QuietChurch on Monday, November 23, 2020, from 7:00PM EST to 8:00PM. The online-only worship uses the Jitsi.org Online Conferencing Platform (similar to ZOOM). QuietChurch is open to all spiritual seekers. QuietChurch focuses on gathering in Reverent Quiet and silence to worship. Worshipers typically silently read,…

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Quiet Worship…Quiet Adds to the Worship Experience

QuietChurch focuses worship in collective quiet…worshippers gathering and seeking a spiritual encounter in the Reverent Quiet. I, unfortunately, sometimes describe QuietChurch by emphasizing the comparative absences such as: no sermon, no preaching, no hymns or music performances, no amplifiers, no slide shows, no disruptions, or no awkward slap-the-back-and-pump-the-palm greeting time.

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