The world thinks a Christian looks like you
Last updated 10/11/2007 at Noon
Anglican worship is full of symbolism…everything we see, say and do is intended to convey a special spiritual meaning. When we stand, sit or kneel; the colors of the vestments, hangings and even the flowers; the lyrics and tempo of the music; etc., etc., etc. are all meant to “say something special”. To us the symbols seem fairly obvious and most people do, in fact, easily figure out what is being “said” without ever being told.
Occasionally, however, we have someone ask what something means, and I always ask, “What do you think it might mean?” The answers I get are sometimes...