Worship Blog

My Mother was a Freedom Fighter: Waiting and Resisting

Community Worship

December 12, 2017

(observing the third Sunday of Advent)

In this the final chapel of the semester, our worship together explored the revolutionary song of Mary in the Gospel of Luke through artistic expressions and reflections. What does it mean to magnify the Holy?  What does it sound like to rejoice? How is our waiting resistance? How can our singing turn the world upside down?

Reflections were offered by Christy Newton, Interim Director of Community Engaged Learning and Instructor in the Practice of Ministry; Wanda Scott, Chief Advancement Officer; and Randi Walker, Professor of Church History and Doctor of Ministry Program Director.

View the service here:

“My mother was a freedom fighter: waiting and resisting”. Community worship

Posted by Pacific School of Religion on Tuesday, December 12, 2017

View the order of service here:

12.12.17-Worship Script

and the worship bulletin: