If there wasn’t something good/enjoyable about it, they wouldn’t copy it. That was my first thought when reading about the the Church that was “non-religious”. I had a real mix of emotion and thought after reading about this “Church” and wasn’t sure what to take away from it.
So here are a few of the questions we’ll address this next week:
What makes a church a “church”?
What elements did “pretend church” borrow from traditional church that helped make it enjoyable for the people that went?
What can we learn from this “pretend church” ?
If you could change one thing about Sierra, what would it be?
It’s worth scrolling through the pictures at the top of the article to get a feel for what they did.
The article can be found here: