[Church in 3D???]

Zee Gimon

I am Zee. I call myself the Observer because that's what I find myself doing most of the time - observe life and people around me. My blog is a Pensieve, similar to that of Dumbledore, used to keep the thoughts and random ideas that visit my brain.

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  • I agree. I like my church and it is in person. I think that is best ๐Ÿ™‚
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    • thanks, David. I like my Church in person too ๐Ÿ™‚

  • I think that 3D church could be a huge hook. People like my dad are willing to shell out $5 more for 3D movie tickets than they are for regular ones. The pastor is using it to draw in 125,000 people.

    On the other hand, "Struggling to decide between going to church this holiday season or checking out a new flick (say, Tron) in 3D? Well, now you can merge the two experiences, because a church in Florida is hosting 20 3D services this year." Sounds really ominous. I'd rather go to church to meet with God and my brothers and sisters than to be entertained.
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    • movies – yeah, have almost nothing against them (although they are proved to be bad for eyesight if watched too often and i get a headache when i watch those)… but CHURCH? I guess this is when we come face to face with how people define Church. how can you show God's presence in 3D? seriously – i do not see the point. Christmas movie in 3D – yeah. but Church?? *shrug*

      I'd rather go to church to meet with God and my brothers and sisters than to be entertained. – well, this is one of those times when i would say yes to both of those – because meeting with God IS entertaining… only not in the sense that most people understand the term "being entertained"…

  • ๐Ÿ™‚ thanks.Bill.

  • I don't know.. I mean – I PREFER face-to-face one-on-one interaction for corporate worship… but, church is not a place or a format – it is people… I think we're confronted with the uncomfortable fact that people are seeking relational connection in non-traditional ways, more and more.

    I see things like this as attempts at making connection points – that we need to nurture into real community. We need to remember that "church" is not a place, time, format, or type of venue – it is a community of people.

    Since my church started its online church we've seen people come to our physical location after having first worshiped with us online. We've also seen members of our community who've moved away stay connected to the community through our online church.

    I think we need to cultivate a strong passion for the souls of people – a passion that spurs creativity of method and means to save those souls. What we cannot afford to do is to allow those methods to prohibit us from expecting and exemplifying community.
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    • You have a valid point, Herb. I do like technology and ability to share the experience with more people than can make it to the service… And it's great that your Church has found a way to use the tech opportunities to the utmost.

      I guess the reason why the Christmas in 3D thing rattled me so much is because I do not see the point… if it's a Church service, then what's the point in 3D? if it's like a play, why not just show a movie?

      We need to remember that "church" is not a place, time, format, or type of venue – it is a community of people. – exactly…

      **shrug** I do not know.

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