“We want to position ourselves as a movement with our movement right in the heart of God’s presence”
It’s hard to summarise and describe 24 hours of worship. We went round the world with sessions hosted from the MIW team from Austria, Australia, England, Germany, India, Italy, Scotland, Slovakia and USA. It was creative, fun, participatory, deep, powerful, there were tastes of heaven, it was gloriously messy and authentic – from hitting lampshades as we danced in our living rooms, to people’s dogs jumping up to join in, to tech issues and dodgy internet connections. We rested in God, stomped together, soaked in scripture, cried out, frolicked in the river, we danced through the promises of the rainbow, steeped in Celtic rhythms and spun our umbrellas together.
498 people registered from Austria, Australia, Bangladesh, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Ecuador, England, France, Germany, Hungary, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Kenya, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Scotland, Slovakia, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, USA and Wales. It was very special to worship and connect together across the globe as we brought our 24 hour offering to God.
Here’s how some of the participants described this time together:
“Deep time with the Lord in a beautiful virtual space”
“Varied, inspiring, creative and inviting” Diane, UK
“Powerful and a moving way to connect in dance and worship with others all over the globe!”
“24 hours, where you can jump in any time, of continuous, personal worship to God and with God. Loved it!” Dana, Canada
“Intense communion. It was perfect for me” Deise, Brazil
“The Worship Wave is a musically eclectic, introspectively honest and spiritually empowering toward revelation of God’s with us in a time of worship with other movers across the globe.” Randi, USA
“Awesome to be together exploring movement and worship to unlock the heavens”
“Loved the creativity in the different sessions and just enjoyed soaking in the Lord’s presence. Also dancing for joy, which was a relatively rare experience and quite liberating. It was great” Stuart, UK
Here’s some of the artwork inspired during the 24 hours of worship: