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 HeartWorship Ideas:
Sign the Shard: Invite people to commit themselves to the process of God shaping their lives by coming forward and signing a broken pottery shard during worship . . .  
Matrix Pills: For a worship gathering in which you are calling people to make a clear decision or step of faith, try showing the scene from “The Matrix” where Morpheus invites Neo to take . . .  

Alabaster Offering: In a service focused on offering God our personal worship, we concluded the message with the story of the woman who anoints Jesus’ feet with precious ointment from an alabaster jar and an extravagant act of adoration (Luke 7). We had distributed small cards cutout in the shape of an ancient jar and we invited people to write out a prayer of adoration to God while someone . . .  
Gift Flags: In a series with sailing at the central metaphor, we were focusing on the unique combination of gifts God has given each individual. Using the idea that each yacht club has its own unique flag, but also displays the flags of all their partner clubs around the world, we had a time during worship when people were invited to . . .  
Team Lego

Team Lego: For a service on teamwork in ministry we emphasized that we cannot fulfill God’s calling by ourselves. To illustrate this we had two Lego bridge building stations. Each had a . . .

 
 
Team Lego

Painless Tattoos: To kick off a series on becoming servants of Christ . . . during Communion worshipers were invited to come to various “tattoo” stations where people with Sharpies would mark a small black cross . . .

 
 
Repentance Windows Repentance Windows: During a series on the Prodigal Son we focused one week on the u-turn of repentance. During Communion, following a time of personal confession, we invited people to go to the back of our worship center and . . .
 
Thorns to Glory

Thorns to Glory: For Good Friday we created a large thorn of crowns using a simple hoop and twisted grocery bags. We then mounted this on the crux of the main cross in our worship center, which created a moving and stark focus for our Good Friday worship. Then for Easter Sunday we . . .

 
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     


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