What is Convergence Worship?
The heart of convergence worship is a dynamic merging of the best of the ancient practices and traditions of the church with a modern atmosphere and approach. This is a unique expression of worship in the church today because it is neither an exclusively older or newer approach to corporate worship. It is also different from what is often referred to as “blended worship,” which typically involves alternating between older and newer styles in the same service. It is a convergence of worship paradigms that feels ancient and modern, sacred and relevant, reverent and accessible, mysterious and familiar. The goal of convergent worship is an engaging encounter with the living God, together with the people of God. “Come let us bow down in worship, let us kneel before the LORD our maker.” (Psalm 95:6)
Beginning Sunday, February 10, join us for Convergence in the Kirk of the Hills Worship Center at 5:00 p.m. Age-specific ministries are offered for birth through high school during the service.
For more information about The Kirk’s Convergence Worship service, please contact Meridith Matson.