Mission Statement
The Association for Reformed and Liturgical Worship, a voluntary association of congregations and individuals, covenants with God’s help, to cultivate, practice, and promote worship that offers a foretaste of the fullness of God’s Reign. This worship is Trinitarian, ecumenical, incarnational and sacramental; it is both universal and local and sends the church to live its liturgy, bringing God’s justice and grace to all of God’s creation.

Accepted by Membership at Annual Meeting of the Association, Seattle, July, 2004


Convocation 2015

Discerning the Signs of the Times series – The Poetics of Justice explores the role that the literary arts have played in historical processes of deep social change. Using poetry, essays and short stories, we will look at the myriad ways literature can help us re-imagine our world. For religious communities, these art forms are as central to, if not more important than, formal doctrines and creedal statements. Drawing on the rich landscape of northern New Mexico, we will reflect, specifically, on how the poetics of land shapes imagination, and how imagination itself can be understood as a landscape, where grace becomes real and God is known.

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