Music is one of the most hotly contested parts of any congregation’s life–just think of all the churches with a “traditional” service and a “contemporary” service…so no one has to sing a hymn they don’t like! At WES, we sometimes say that if you liked … read more.
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- Music Without Borders Concert with Lilo on May 17
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A Deepening Circle Participant
Deepening Circles gives me a chance to hear people in a unique way. The people are not my spouse, my kids, my co-workers, or my friends. We talk about topics that I don't talk about in normal life--like "how have I healed?", "things I've learned from people I didn't expect to learn anything from," (e.g., the value of sports-talk radio), and "what makes each of us worthy". Even from people I would never have selected to have extended conversations with, I get to hear how they think and feel, how some of them have remarkable experiences I could never have imagined, and sometimes they say things that spark an insight about who I am.