A Seat at God's Table: True Inclusivity in Worship
What does it mean to be truly inclusive in worship? What's the difference between opening your doors and actually making a seat at the table for all God's children? Who's missing from the table and why? In this workshop, we'll dig into these questions by looking honestly at specific worship practices and church culture, and explore new ways of setting a bigger table. Bring your own context, because that's the only place we can start. Let's grow together!
Megan Argabrite is Director of Worship and the Arts at Myers Park United Methodist Church in Charlotte, NC. She studied music at Queens University of Charlotte and is a graduate of Union Presbyterian Seminary. She believes that The God of the Bible is a maker, a creator, a wanderer, an enjoyer. If we are made in God’s image, then we, the body of Christ, are all of these things. Her greatest joy in ministry is seeing others find their creative selves, especially in worship, but sometimes just because it's fun. Her medium is usually song, but she dabbles in the fine arts of crayons and duct tape.