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What's all this about? 

In our setting the idea of "worship" often lands on a few different practices: singing, teaching, prayer, communion, fellowship.  But the truth is, the scriptures describe many different ways that people worship; we call these "pathways" or "instincts."

As summer provides a natural change to our routines we're taking advantage of this to also change our worship routines.  We're going for a nature walk together - a means to explore the "nature" pathway of worship. For all of you that best worship before a sunset or under an evergreen canopy - this is your chance to shine!

What's happening? 

For those of you that joined last year, we're going to use the same trail head. At a slow amble, it will take about an hour. Toddlers might need to be carried on a few sections. Babies will need a backpack. It will be an easy hike though. Nothing arduous.  

What to bring?

Shoes and clothing appropriate for the journey. Water and a light snack for the journeys end.

Where are we meeting? 

The hike begins at the Hyannis Drive trail head.  Travel down Mount Seymour Parkway and head North on Berkley.  Follow Berkley until it terminates and intersects with Hyannis. Turn left on Hyannis - the trail head and off street parking are right there.