Why Do We Do That?:
The rhythms of worship at Threads follow some familiar patterns: we sing together, we listen to Scripture together, we hear a spiritual talk. We also engage other traditional elements of life together as a Jesus-centered worshiping community – we observe certain parts of the church year, we practice baptism and baby dedication, we meet regularly to pray together.
During a season of change and reorientation, it’s worth asking – why do we do the things we do? Is it because we always have? Because other churches throughout the world and throughout history have done something similar? Or is there something vital in these practices that position us to receive God’s grace in Christ through the work of the Holy Spirit?