Digital Rhythms of Worship

Miramar Salvation Army in New Zealand has taken a different approach from the online Sunday service and created a digital hub for their congregation. Kris Singh has been instrumental in developing the online resource for the corps. When asked about what they had put together, Kris said:

 

 

“I’m quite proud of what my corps have done to connect with our people throughout the week. We decided that rather than trying to stream a Sunday morning experience, we’d hone in on what makes Sundays special for our people, and try and make church something we do during the week. We called it “Rhythms” check it out here:

 

http://miramarsalvationarmy.co.nz/rhythms/

 

“We decided that rather than trying to stream a Sunday morning experience, we’d hone in on what makes Sunday special for our people, and try and make church something we do during the week.”

 

We use a combination of different platforms and methods to connect our people to what’s important to them in a church gathering. The ones we publish publicly are “Meditation Monday” and “Worship Wednesday.” I think this is a model that can easily be adapted for other corps. We know that the Samoa region has adopted Rhythms quite successfully for their people.”

 

At SA Worship Magazine, we want to share more initiatives and creative thinking such as this so that corps and leaders can continue to learn from each other. If you have something you think is worth sharing, please get in touch with us.

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