As we entered the sanctuary we took our fingerprints, placed them on a cross and signed our name. This was an opportunity to remind us that Jesus died for each of us; and as Jesus died for each of us personally it drew us together to be one with Him and each other. Then the youth carried in a cross and laid it at the altar. At the end of the meeting, they ended by painting Jesus’ face, hands, and feet to different songs. All of the things that Jesus used to serve and show love. This is multisensory worship in a corporate setting. Multisensory worship using touch, sight, and sound.
I believe that using multiple senses during worship helps us to better connect to God, but that doesn’t mean it has to be done in a corporate setting. Why not try using your senses in your quiet time? How would you even do that? Here are 7 Multisensory worship ideas that you can use during your quiet time.
Well check out my post at http://arabahjoy.com/7-ideas-for-multisensory-worship/ as I walk through 7 ideas for using multi-sensory worship in your quiet time.
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