Worshiping Woke: Formational Worship Beyond the Four Walls of the Church | David Bailey

David M. Bailey, founder and executive director of Arrabon, talks about the church’s role in the work of reconciliation, as well as the need for creating particular kinds of worship rooted in specific contexts.

The theme of the 2019 Brehm Conference, “Worship, Theology, and the Arts in a Divided World,” focused on how worship, theology, and the arts might be vehicles for reconciliation and forge unity across divides—whether political or economic, racial or relational, linguistic or cultural, in the academy or in the public square, inside the church or outside of it. David M. Bailey, founder and executive director of Arrabon, was the conference’s keynote speaker. The celebration included lectures, conversations, worship and more, and was sponsored by the Brehm Center for Worship, Theology, and the Arts.

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