Becky Garrison recently made me aware of an article she wrote for the God's Politics blog about a very interesting upcoming Easter service. Titled Easter for the Outcasts
this is a look at an experiential new perspective on the implications of Easter. From the article - "Transmission, an underground Manhattan church, is working with sex workers and artists to celebrate Mary Magdalene's role in the gospel resurrection story, her personal relationship with Jesus, her witness on behalf of the risen Christ, and contemporary sex worker issues." The take on this is interesting (and no it isn't just a reworking of gnostic ideas).
Read more about the service here
What are your thoughts? reactions?
Labels: Church, Holidays