This is the fourth short video in our series on liturgy. The previous videos are posted on our blog as well as on our youtube channel.
If you’ve been to any of our services at Sojourn, you know that we use a "liturgical" form of worship in our gatherings. We sit, stand, read, confess and pray together. We realize that for many people much of this is unfamiliar. For that very reason, we decided to put together a series of short videos to help explain some of the history, symbolism, and theology behind our liturgical worship. Most of the videos are around 4-6 minutes long and they cover various topics related to liturgy. It is our hope that the information shared in these videos will be both informative and life-giving.
In this, the fourth video of the series, Geoff talks about procession. Why do the clergy and those serving in worship process in at the beginning of the service? What does procession have to do with Christian worship?
Watch the video and let us know what you think! The next video will be posted on Monday.