Moot began as a small collective of enthusiasts of alternative worship, which quickly became an Emerging/Fresh Expression of Church in Central London. Its vision, from the start, was to birth a community with a high view towards contemporary culture and creativity, as well as a high view towards Christianity, God and being a new form of church. This ‘both-and’ ‘ancient:future’ approach goes deep in the Moot community, which seeks to promote a positive, healthy and integrated rhythm of spirituality in the heart of an incredibly busy city. Moot has developed a rhythm of life as a way of living out the faith in practice. Moot has four services, two of which are ‘the Little Service’ and ‘Compline’. Both are quiet, simple and contemplative liturgies that are held on the first and fourth Sunday evenings of the month. This book brings together different versions of these services, reflecting the Rhythm of Life, along with suggestions of forms of contemplation to include within them.
- Publication Date
- Oct 1, 2011
- Religion & Spirituality
- All Rights Reserved - Standard Copyright License
- By (author): Ian Mobsby, By (author): Mark Mcleary, By (author): Carey Radcliffe, By (author): Mike Radcliffe