January 14 - February 11, 2018.

In this worship series, we’re exploring how the colors used in liturgical church traditions reflect aspects of our spirituality.

Journey logo over photograph of art glass installation by Dale Chihuly in Seattle museum

Gold

In the first week of our new, colorful worship series, we’re looking at and feeling into gold – the color of Easter, of Christmastide, of resurrection, of light and power. What do you associate with the color gold – and how do you experience that in your spiritual journey?

Blue

Is love really blue? This week we’re looking at and feeling into blue – the color of Advent, of hope and expectance. What do you associate with the color blue – and how do you experience that in your spiritual journey?

Red

In this worship series, we’re exploring how the colors used in liturgical church traditions reflect aspects of our spirituality. Can we catch God red-handed? This week we’re looking at and feeling into red – the color of Pentecost, of spirit and power. What do you associate with the color red – and how do you experience that in your spiritual journey?

Green

In this worship series, we’re exploring how the colors used in liturgical church traditions reflect aspects of our spirituality. As a wise frog once said, "It's not easy being green." This week we’re looking at and feeling into green – the color of Life, Beginnings, and Balance. What do you associate with the color green – and how do you experience that in your spiritual journey?

Purple

Do you see God in purple mountains' majesty? This week we’re looking at and feeling into purple – the color of Depth, Royalty, and Mystery. What do you associate with the color purple – and how do you experience that in your spiritual journey?