Liturgical Dance is meditation through simple movement to music

It can create a joy-filled connection between God and oneself, a sense of being part of God’s wonderful creation. It can be a prayer offered to God in thankfulness, sadness, or longing for change. These are some of the ways dance affects the participants.

Dance also communicates these feelings to other people as a way of making them think about issues such as rejection, homelessness, forgiveness, sacrifice, and thanksgiving. Words, music, and movement come together in the church service as a way of lifting up ourselves to God in worship.

Liturgical dance is included in the Cathedral's liturgy throughout the year, especially on Good Friday. The liturgical dance group is always happy to welcome new members.

For more information, contact Rosemary