I've always been a hands-on learner. So I have always appreciated churches that work to engage all of our senses through worship. This year, we wanted to provide many opportunities for people to see, experience, remember, reflect, respond and worship Jesus as we looked at His life, death, and resurrection. One of the ways we did that was by creating remembrance stations for individuals, families and Gospel Communities to experience together.
1. Splinter [Romans 5:12]
2. Stone [Matthew 16:24-25]
3. Frankincense + Myrrh [1 Peter 2:24]
4. The Garden [Matthew 25:36-46]
5. Blood [Luke 22:39-46]
6. Tear [Matthew 27:51]
7. Thread [Isaiah 1:18]
8. Communion [Luke 22:14-20]
*This concept was inspired in large part by theGathering Fort Mill from Easter 2016.