Cheryl Lawrie, who is exploring a variety of ways in which people can worship, in particular her role is to connect with people, encourage people and create spaces where people and God are invited to connect, the “Alternative Worship Project” has seen Cheryl produce some astounding articles, liturgies, spaces and more, her work has been an inspiration for many, including myself as I’m regularly inspired by her words and liturgies and imagination.
Cheryl has recently pointed people towards a project titled “Being Human” by Stuart Davey:
Being Human is a new book curated by Stuart Davey of Solace community. it’s a collection of works from different artists in Melbourne, based around the themes of humanity and fragility. The artwork is fabulous – rich and evocative – and the book is beautifully produced.
It’s on a limited print run, and can be most easily bought through Searching for Oscar. It can also be bought as part of a bundle with a study book, written by Stu, to use a reflection base for Easter.
I’ve gone and purchased the book and it’s companion sight unseen on her recommendation alone, that and I’ve connected with some people from Solace during Blackstump and other events and have found some of their people to be truly inspirational.
“Being Human” might be a great resource to pick up for your own spiritual practices during Lent and Easter, it might also inspire your thinking for the rest of this year’s period or for next year’s plans…
Link: Being Human